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Last Week's Top Sales: Flirting with $10M in Presidio Heights

Listed for: $9.5M
Received: $9.5M
Size: 5-bed, 5-bath single-family home
Location: 16 Spruce St, Presidio Heights
The skinny: After selling in 2013 for $4.3 million, this home on the Presidio Wall underwent a renovation (leaving no before pics behind, sadly) and added a whopping $5.2 million to the price when it hit the market just three weeks ago. The property is billed as "an inspired re-imagination" of a midcentury modern residence, a notion that takes a lot of imagination, indeed. This megaflip—which placed both on our map of the 25 most expensive homes on the market and last week's map of the year's biggest flips—went into contract in just 10 days.


Listed for: $6.3M
Received: $6.7M
Size: 4-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Location: 1973 Filbert St, Cow Hollow
The skinny: This newly constructed house—built on the site of a pre-1906 home that managed to survive the agitations of the quake but not those of developers—arrived on the market last month asking $6.3M. The new structure looks to be all home theaters and fire pits, with a few bedrooms thrown in for tradition's sake.


Listed for: $4.995M
Received: $5.445M
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath, 4,500-square-foot single-family home
Location: 2159 Bay St, the Marina
The skinny: Built in 1927, this Marina manse last sold in January 2011 for $3.6M. After spending only a month on the market, it pulled in $450K over asking. The property has five bedrooms on the same level, a deck with a fire pit, closets as big as a micro-unit, charming rounded doorways, and what the brokerbabble terms "sexy European finishes"—quite a creative way to spin that Union Jack carpet in the kids' room.

· Midcentury Megaflip Goes Modern, Adds $5.2M to Price [Curbed SF]
· The 25 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in San Francisco [Curbed SF]
· An Entire Year of SF's Most Heartstopping Flips, Mapped [Curbed SF]
· New $6.3M Cow Hollow Home Has It All, Except for History [Curbed SF]