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Top Three Residential Property Sales For the Past Seven Days

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Location: 1974 Filbert Street, Cow Hollow
Listed for: $2,950,000
Received: $2,925,000
Size: 4-bed, 3-bed; 3,318-square-feet
The skinny: Clearly from the facade you can tell that this home is brand spankin' new. The listing states that the "newly rebuilt home" was designed by Dill Architectural Group and uses the best eco-friendly materials.

Location: 206 Palo Alto Avenue, Clarendon Heights
Listed for: $4,200,000
Received: $3,070,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath; 4,344-square-feet
The skinny: What more can we write about 206 Palo Alto? The big and beautiful contemporary abode landed on the market with all sorts of oohs and aahs that you'd think would attract a billion buyers, but that wasn't the case at all. In fact, it took chop after chop after chop before it finally found a buyer. For our complete coverage please click here.

Location: Unit #6 at 2127 Broadway Street, Pacific Heights
Listed for: $3,995,000
Received: $3,500,000
Size: 3-bed, 3.5-bath; unlisted square footage
The skinny: This beige beauty is pack full of pedigree. Firstly, it's a co-op, so it's not like the buyer could just get a cashiers check from Western Union and nab this pad. No, not at all. They needed board approval, which can be treacherous. Monthly HOA dues are a mind-numbing $1,850 and there's 2-car parking in the garage.