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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Slipping Back Below $4 Million

Listed for: $3.658M
Received: $3.75M
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath, 3,295-square-foot single-family home
Location: 2914 Sacramento St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: This Victorian built in 1900 shows off its history (moldings: check; original-looking fireplace, check; cozy alcoves, check!) without overdoing it. Last sold in 1995 for $755K, the five-bed went relatively quickly after listing in July and pulled in $92K over asking. We're not wild about the bedrooms' wall-to-wall carpeting, but there are some garden doors in the dining room that can be flung open to turn the entire space into a big indoor/outdoor patio—certainly no biggie in a modern home, but refreshing in a Victorian, for sure.


Listed for: $3.6M
Received: $3.5M
Size: 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,762-square-foot condo
Location: 765 Market St, Unit 37G, SoMa
The skinny: 37G, a corner unit in the Four Seasons, slid $100K from its asking price of $3.5M. No pictures of the unit itself (sorry!) but you've seen cold, hard marble and recessed lighting before. The brokerbabble talks up the large foyer and (yes) marble flooring, plus a built-in wine cooler we'd actually like to see. Last sold in 2010 for $3M.


Listed for: $2.395M
Received: $2.85M
Size: 3-bed, 2.25-bath, 2,420-square-foot single-family home
Location: 460 Belvedere St, Cole Valley
The skinny: The brokerbabble flags this Cole Valley Edwardian built in 1909 for its expansion potential, and the home went for $455K above asking, accordingly. Loads of good details to see here—moldings aplenty, nice ceiling beams, and a tiled patio—along with chandeliers, stained-glass windows, and a somewhat eccentric floral carpet.

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