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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Barely Clearing $3M in Pac Heights


Listed for: $3.05M
Received: $3.05M
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath single-family home
Location: 1913 Sacramento St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: This Italianate home with an original-looking fireplace, bay windows, and bulbous shrubbery on its brick patio landed on the market back in October. Only the most recent list price remains on Redfin, but Zillow has a record of it asking $3.3 million, which would make the sale price a $250K drop from the ask. The patio (or "formal garden," per the brokerbabble) is lovely; the kitchen is meh.


Listed for: $2.195M
Received: $2.115M
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath single-family home
Location: 145 Ames, Noe Valley
The skinny: This four-level townhouse, part of the Handel Architects-designed Nove, arrived on the market in November seeking $2.195 million. The LEED Platinum-certified home's first sale, back in 2010, lacks an official sale price, but a similar three-bedroom townhouse was listed for $1.575 million at the time. The first owner looks to have kept it in tip-top shape.


Listed for: $1.995M
Received: $2.01M
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath, 3,100-square-foot condo
Location: 2426 Pine St, Lower Pacific Heights
The skinny: Last sold in 2005 for $1.475 million, this condo in a Queen Anne Victorian has plenty of the details you'd expect, from box-beam ceilings to all the usual moldings and wainscoting. There's a grand foyer, and a total of five fireplaces, some (or all?) of them of the gas variety, however. A recent renovation added a new kitchen with the inevitable wine fridge.

· Handel-Designed Noe Townhouse on the Market for $2.195M [Curbed SF]