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Top Three Residential Property Sales For the Past Seven Days

There were 69 sales. Let's look at the most expensive.

Listed for: $2,500,000
Received: $2,250,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; unlisted square footage
Location: It's the southwest corner penthouse at the Infinity, South Beach
The skinny: See that picture on the bottom left? That's actually the balcony. It's glass. And terrifying if you're afraid of heights. Anyway, Unit 42D was combined with unit 42E to produce a "one of the largest private residences in South Beach." That said, it'd be really helpful if we knew the square footage. "International Superstar Architect" Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Architectonica and "local powerhouse" Heller Manus designed the place. We are very, very, very jealous of those views.

Listed for: $2,395,000
Received: $2,395,000
Size: 4-bed, 3-bed; 2,864-square-feet
Location: 2578 Pine Street, Lower Pacific Heights
The skinny: This 112-year-old Victorian has been remodeled yet still maintains the majority of its original victorian detailing and charm, like oversized baseboards and crown moulding galore. The backyard is fabulous and the garage can house three cars.

Listed for: $3,800,000
Received: $3,850,000!
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath; 5,137-square-feet
Location: 1045 Divisadero Street, the Panhandle
The skinny: We pitted this home against a $3.895M condo at the Montgomery Washington Tower. 1045 Divisadero won by securing 86.3% of the vote. The home is a great example of blending Victorian architecture with modern amenities. There's also an amazing, multilevel backyard, complete with hot tub and outdoor kitchen.

Congrats to all the lucky buyers and sellers!