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Weekend Open House Report: Pacific Heights Edition

This week's selection of open houses for your weekend browsing pleasure are all big and fancy (and expensive) homes within the Pacific Heights neighborhood.

Location: 2460 Broadway Street, Pacific Heights
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath; 3,676-square feet
Price: $3,450,000
Pitch: "Sweeping Views from Three Levels! Sophisticated urban dweller's dream home on the flat block of Broadway between Pierce and Steiner. Walk to Fillmore, Union, and Chestnut Streets, Alta Plaza Park, and private schools."
Our Take: Designed by San Francisco architect Frederick Boese means it has some pedigree. Monthly HOA dues are $750.
Open House: Sunday, 2 to 4pm

Location: 2010 Lyon Street, Pacific Heights
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath; 3,956-square feet
Price: $3,375,000
Pitch: Located on a quiet tree-lined street, the house is a short walk to many neighborhood parks, shops, & schools. The gourmet kitchen features a casual dining area and access to the deck and private garden through double French doors. The large dining room enjoys views of the garden and the living room has huge bay windows. A bath and media room complete the main living floor."
Our Take: There's a 600+ bottle wine cellar that is very, very fancy. We would spend all our time in that cellar.
Open House: Sunday, 2 to 4pm

Location: 3110 California Street, #5, Pacific Heights
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath; 2,319-square feet
Price: $1,950,000
Pitch: "Exquisite View Penthouse with sunny South and East exposure - Grand Scale living on one level with exclusive elevator access. Stunning architectural details."
Our Take: Built in 2004, this is the least stunning out of the bunch. But hey! It's also millions of dollars less. The roof deck is wind-protected, so you can actually host a BBQ.
Open House: Sunday, 2 to 4pm