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Christmas Came Early For a Few Prestigious Abodes Last Week

The top three residential real estate sales for the past seven days each cashed a check for more than $4M. Lets take a look at what sold for how much.

The "cheapest" sale of the bunch goes to 2310 Washington in Pacific Heights. It's a 5-bed, 4-bath house that was originally asking $4,550,000 when it was listed back in late October. The 3-story manse clocks in at 4,830 square feet. Property highlights include a prefabricated playhouse in the backyard and an impressive wine cellar. We're happy to report that it closed on the 18th for $4,175,000.

Also in Pacific Heights is the second most expensive sale of the past week. It goes to 2666 Broadway, a Mid-Century Modern abode that comes in a little under 4,000 square feet. The 5-bed, 5.5-bath piece of property came onto the market less than a month ago with an asking price of $4,995,000, or $5M if you don't care for details. It sold on the 18th for $4,700,000. Property highlights inched an elevator, detached studio and "expansion potential in basement."

And the most expensive residential real estate sale of the past seven days goes to unit 38E at the St. Regis Residences. The 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,740 square foot condo is the smallest of the bunch but the most expensive. It was listed in May with a vomit-inducing asking price of $6,800,000. Pair that with the monthly HOA dues of $2,642.43 and leased parking fee of $225 and we can't figure out how this property didn't get scooped up as soon as it was listed! Just kidding. It sold for $4,999,000 on the 18th.