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Last Week's Biggest Sales: $1.4M Over Asking in Sea Cliff

Listed for: $7.5M
Received: $4.995M
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath co-op
Location: 1960 Broadway St., Pacific Heights
The skinny: This is a full-floor co-op in a 10-story building that has just nine residences. It was built in 1925 and is surrounded by formal gardens. Listed for as much as $7.5M when it came onto the market in early 2013, this abode just couldn't seem to find a buyer. It slashed its price many times, finally settling on $4.995M.

Listed for: $4.5M
Received: $5.25M
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath, single-family home
Location: 4318 26th St., Noe Valley
The skinny: In addition to the absolutely bonkers $750K over asking selling price, it need also be mentioned that this is the third highest sale for a single-family home in Noe Valley's history. Dubbed "Cube House," it was designed by the team of Edmonds + Lee Architects and Linea Built. It was plopped on the market on March 20 and was in contract by April 1.

Listed for: $5.1M
Received: $6.5M
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath, 4,498-square-foot single-family home
Location: 420 El Camino Del Mar, Sea Cliff
The skinny: This Mid-Century Modern fixer-upper designed by Joseph Esherick was listed in mid-March and sold for $1.4M over asking less than a month later.