The top three most expensive pieces of residential real estate in San Francisco are not currently under contract, but the fourth, sixth, and seven are. Let's take a closer look.
3660 Jackson in Presidio Heights came onto the market in mid-June asking $17.5M and went into contract a week later. The 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 8,820 square foot home sits on the Presidio wall and was built in 1907. Highlights include (everything) six fireplaces, a music room, a paneled library with a wet bar, and an incredible garden.
2989 Vallejo Street in Pacific Heights first came onto the market in early March asking $16.5M. About 45 days later it was PriceChopped to $13.9M, and by June it was in contract. The 6-bed, 5.75-bath, 1920's European-style home is an architectural gem.
This William Wurster-designed home at 3598 Jackson in Presidio Heights was built in 1935 and is just steps from the Presidio. The 7-bed, 7.5-bath, 10,227 square foot mansion came onto the market in May asking $12.5M and went into contract a month later.
· 3660 Jackson [Bartlett Real Estate]
· 2898 Vallejo [Sotheby's International Realty]
· 3598 Jackson [Bartlett Real Estate]