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Some of the City's Most Expensive Abodes are in Contract

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]