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Healthy Week For Residential Real Estate

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It's been a healthy week for residential real estate. Let's take a look at some of the highlights.

Unit #404 at 2100 Green is a very fancy 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,800-square-foot apartment that first landed on the market in March of 2010 with an asking price of $1,699,000. The Pacific Heights co-op is gorgeous, but was hard to score. You'd need board approval and a lot of cash upfront. Perhaps that's why it languished on the market for over a year, taking chop after chop without settling on a buyer. Yesterday, the apartment finally sold. Sale price? $1,325,000. Congrats to all parties involved. Please invite us to the housewarming soiree.

We first brought 1012 Shrader to your attention in June of this year. This house was on the market for the first time since 1957, and on a block that's known for its strip of distinctive steep-roofed homes. It's a 3-bed, 3.5-bath single-family home that clocks in a little under 3,000 square feet. It was originally listed for $1,590,000, and sold yesterday for $1,592,500.

Last but certainly not least is a 2-bed, 3-bath, 1,845-square-foot condo at the Millennium. As you may already know, the Millennium is packed full of amenities. You have access to a pool, gym, concierge services and the like. Hence the monthly HOA dues of $898.73. Originally asking $1,895,000 in April of this year, it then dropped its price to $1,795,000 in June. In late July the sale was pending, and now we find out that yesterday it sold for $1,650,000.
· 2100 Green, #404 [Redfin]
· Pacific Heights: Beige Tsunami Threatens All In Its Path [Curbed SF]
· 1012 Shrader [Redfin]
· House Featuring Roof Designed to Make You Crave Toblerone [Curbed SF]
· 301 Mission, #24F [Redfin]