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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Pacific Heights Dominated

Listed for: $15M
Received: $14M
Size: 5-bed, 6.5-bath, 7,100-square-foot single-family home
Location: 2040 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights
The skinny: This rebuilt Spanish Revival home is a bit bland inside for such an expensive place, but its sale will likely be one of the biggest in San Francisco for 2014. It does have a pretty spectacular roof deck complete with a full kitchen and an air-conditioned home theater going for it.


Listed for: $4.499M
Received: $4.85M
Size: 4-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Location: 2111 Broderick Street, Pacific Heights
The skinny: We fell head over heels for this Victorian flip when it came on the market a few weeks ago. It last sold just over three months ago in August, in which time the price skyrocketed by $2.25 million. The flippers improvements kept the character of the house, but the price increase is rather dramatic.


Listed for: $3.595M
Received: $3.5M
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 4,000-square-foot single family home
Location: 1120 South Van Ness Avenue,, The Mission
The skinny: This home, an example of Stick/Eastlake architecture, was built in 1889 and is filled with both period details (hello, stained glass) and homey modern updates (solar panels!). There's a lot to love here, from the trendy gray exterior to the hidden butler's pantry in the dining room. Whoever bought this place paid in all cash.

· $14 Million Pac Heights Sale is One of SF's Biggest in 2014 [Curbed SF]
· Stunning Victorian Flip Adds $1.89M in Under Three Months [Curbed SF]