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Last Week's Biggest Sales: $1.31M Over Asking in Noe Valley

Listed for: $4,795,000
Received: $4,650,000
Size: 2-bed, 3-bath, 2,230 square foot condo
Location: Millennium Tower, Yerba Buena
The skinny: Sure, it didn't sell for asking, but it's still a two-bedroom condo that sold for $4.65M. Not chump change. We should also mention that this unit was on the market for less than two weeks. Living at the Millennium Tower isn't cheap, but those monthly HOA dues of $1,845 grant you access to all the building amenities like the Sports Club LA-managed fitness center, a private dining room, lap pool and private screening room.

Listed for: $3,795,00
Received: $5,105,000
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,500 square foot single-family home
Location: 465 Hoffman Ave., Noe Valley
The skinny: This home designed by Group 41 has historically had a hard time selling, but this time around it sound for a jaw-dropping $1.31M over asking. It last sold in early 2011 for $3.3M. Our minds are blown.

Listed for: $6,750,000
Received: $7,000,000
Size: 4-bed, 5.5-bath, 5,933 square foot single-family home
Location: 625 Duncan St., Noe Valley
The skinny: At $7M, this is the most expensive single-family home sale in Noe Valley's history. The home came onto the market in early February and was in contract by March.