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The Ten Most Expensive Residential Properties to Come onto the Market in the Past Seven Days

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We're skipping our weekly journey into a specific neighborhood to find you the least expensive properties currently for sale. Instead, we'd like to share the ten most expensive residential properties to come onto the market in the past seven days. And yes, one is eight figures and the vast majority of the properties are in Pacific Heights. Onwards!

10) Unit 11C at 1170 Sacramento Street, Nob Hill
Asking price: $3,295,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 2,052 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $1,606
The skinny: 1170 Sacramento is on a short list of highly coveted residential towers on Nob Hill. Building perks include an "elegantly landscaped drive-in entrance," 24-hour doorman, security person for the service elevator, onsite management, and valet parking for owners and guests. This particular unit is on the NW corner and has views of the Golden Gate Bridge, North Bay, Alcatraz and Coit Tower. Monthly HOA dues are $2,887.

9) 3020 Clay Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $3,650,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 4,571 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $799
The skinny: Built in 1900 and looking every bit the part (don't worry, the building's exterior and interior have been kept up), this 4-level home in Pac Heights has "all the desired amenities for perfect family living." Another perk is the library with floor-to-ceiling bookcases. 1-car parking in the garage.

8) #3 at 1960 Broadway Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $3,995,000
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath co-op apartment
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This is a pretty prestigious Pacific Heights co-op apartment. Unfortunately there's no photos of the unit but there is some floorplan porn at the link above. The unit's been "enhanced" with "resplendent decorative moulding creating a sense of refinement and scale." There's a deeded maid's room. As with all co-ops, you can't just fall in love with the place and write a check for it. No, first you must get the board's approval, and there's strict rules like no pets, rentals, or signs. Monthly HOA dues are $1,570 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

7) 2121 Divisadero Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $4,195,000
Size: 3-bed, 3.5-bath, 4,940 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $849
The skinny: A "voluminous & dramatic loft-like space" reads the listing. We're trying to keep reading, but we can't get over the stunning staircase seen to the right. This abode's the "ultimate house for entertaining," with it's walk-out garden complete with outdoor fireplace and the entire fourth floor is an open space with a domed ceiling.

6) 2460 Green Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $4,395,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This is a completely detached home with windows on all four sides allowing for "extraordinary light and privacy." There's views of the Bay, Alcatraz and the downtown area. There's also a legal 1-bed, 1-bath apartment on the ground floor, so you get a little help with those mortgage payments.

5) 350 Collingwood Street, Eureka Valley
Asking price: $4,750,000
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 5,246 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $905
The skinny: This abode's location is pretty high on a hill, which means sweeping views of the entire city. It's a mid-century home that appears pretty private, as it's set well above the street on a double lot (almost 1/4 acre) and surrounded by mature trees. Broker babble tells us that the "floor plan is designed to offer an unparalleled indoor/outdoor 21st century living experience." There's a roof deck and an elevator to every single level (even the garage).

4) 2969 Lake, Sea Cliff
Asking price: $5,250,000
Size: 6-bed, 3.5-bath, 5,273 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $996
The skinny: Built in 1918 by Bert Farr, this is a fully detached single-family home. As you can see from the photo to the right, it sits on a hill that overlooks Sea Cliff, the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands and a good portion of the rest of the city. There's also an amazing garden surrounded by trees which adds privacy and serenity. There's two separate garages with 3-car parking total.

3) 2300 Broadway Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $6,200,000
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 4,084 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,518
The skinny: This very big abode was designed by Sandy Walker and is being described as an "architectural gem." The listing also states that the home's "surely one of San Francisco most iconic homes," which we're going to disagree with since there's those terrible glass blocks from floor to ceiling in the master bathroom. Property highlights include views, views, views and an elevator.

2) 3040 Pacific Avenue, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $6,600,000
Size: 5-bed, 3-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: Designed by Ashley and Evers, this Dutch Colonial home recently underwent a "meticulous renovation." There's "exquisite light and lovely vistas" from every room. The top floor of the 4+ stories home has a spacious view family room with a dramatic fireplace and beamed ceiling. Other property highlights include a dog washing area on the lower level and a really shiny freestanding tub in what we're assuming is the master suite.

1) 3524 Jackson Street, Presidio Heights
Asking price: $13,500,000
Size: 6-bed, 5.5-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This north side facing home on an oversized lot offers up views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay from 3 floors. The home was re-built to the "highest standards" in 1998. Property highlights include home library, custom designed conservatory, exercise room, two (count that two) laundry rooms, and two garages that can fit four cars.