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Top Three Residential Property Sales For the Past Seven Days

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Listed for: $5,775,000
Received: $5,100,000
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 6,898-square-feet
Location: 2715 Scott Street, Pacific Heights
The skinny: This gigantic house (nearly 7,000-square-feet!) first appeared on the market in early April. It took a price chop in May and sold told for $5,100,000. While recently remodeled (it's quite apparent in the upper, more contemporary levels), the common living areas are packed full phenomenal period details. So much so, that it's actually making our head spin a little. As expected, the home boasts views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Coit Tower, the Transamerica Building, and more.

Listed for: $5,400,000
Received: $7,000,000!
Size: 8-bed, 5.5-bed, 6,500-square-feet
Location: 233 Maple Street, Presidio Heights
The skinny: This very big Georgian-style abode was designed by Albert Sutton and Charles Peter Weeks sometime in 1905. The listing tells us (and there's plenty of photos to back it up) that the "focal point is the extraordinary walk-out garden which is virtually an extension of the home."

Listed for: $13,000,000
Received: $13,000,000
Size: 5-bed, 7.5-bath, 6,375-square-feet
Location: 130 Sea Cliff Avenue, Sea Cliff
The skinny: This is one of the most expensive sales of the year. But of course it is! It has views of the Golden Gate Bridge from every room, including a half bath. Property highlights include his and hers walk-in closets, climate-controlled wine cellar, and a large sauna.