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Last Week's Top Sales: SF's 17th-Priciest Home Finds a Buyer

Listed for: $7.5M
Received: $6.995M
Size: 3-bed, 4.5-bath single-family home
Location: 2865 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: San Francisco's 17th most expensive home had to take a $505K price chop—down to $6.995 million, the eventual sale price—to find a buyer. The Mediterranean abode is decked out with friezework, Palladian windows, and a terraced garden featuring an above-ground pool the size of a large bathtub.

Listed for: $2.995M
Received: $3.8M
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,668-square-foot single-family home
Location: 2651 Baker St, Cow Hollow
The skinny: This Edwardian hailing from 1904 had been in the same family for 45 years before landing on the market just three weeks ago. The usual remodel has clearly already happened: The wood floors gleam, the windows look new, and recessed lighting has taken hold in many of the main living areas. Some hints of older texture—both chic and shabby—remain in the panel-striped foyer and what look like popcorn ceilings in an upstairs playroom.

Listed for: $2.779M
Received: $3.576M
Size: 6-bed, 5.5-bath, 4,675-square-foot single-family home
Location: 235 San Anselmo, St. Francis Wood
The skinny: Our third-place sale this week is by far the handsomest. The Mediterranean-style villa at 235 San Anselmo is full of grandeur: box-beam ceilings, carved-wood doors, archways galore, and an unusual but still pretty colonnaded balcony over the stair. There are even mosaics on the stair risers. The swoonfest comes to somewhat of a halt in the kitchen, which is colder and sparer than the rest of the home, but it's nothing a coat of paint and a more thoughtful lighting scheme couldn't fix.

· SF's 17th Most Expensive Home Just Got $505K Cheaper [Curbed SF]
· Updated! The 25 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in SF [Curbed SF]