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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Welcome Back to the $3M Zone

Listed for: $3.25M
Received: $3.45M
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath single-family home
Location: 2608 Sacramento St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: Last sold for $2.5M in 2009, this Victorian from 1880 spent just a month on the market and added $20K to its list price. With four bedrooms and unspecified (but presumably roomy) square footage, this is your classic light and bright Pac Heights home with dark wood floors and all the usual moldings. Though it's plagued by some rather 90s-looking pendant lights in the kitchen, that sort of thing can be easily remedied. There's a skinny side patio with a grill, plus a yard out back with what looks to be a very sad hot tub.


Listed for: $3.35M
Received: $3.3M
Size: 3-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,334-square-foot single-family home
Location: 2885 Union St, Cow Hollow
The skinny: This Edwardian came in under asking, even after dropping its price from $3.55M to $3.35M in July. Lots of comfy details here: rounded doorways, cushy window seats, and a narrow but sweet kitchen. The brokerbabble touts an "exciting partial GG Bridge view"—way to manage expectations! It's hard to tell from the photos, but the master bath just might be bigger than the kitchen.


Listed for: $2.7M
Received: $3.1M
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,950-square-foot single-family home
Location: 2210 Pine St, Lower Pacific Heights
The skinny: San Francisco home prices are somehow less upsetting when they're backed up by something beautiful. If anything this home was dinged on location—it falls south of the Lower Pac Heights border at California—and perhaps bedroom count. Built in 1900, 2210 Pine last sold in 2010 for $1.65M. We like the added touch of the clerestories over the den and commend anyone who can keep a gilt-and-rouge color palette from sending itself over the top.