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Last Week's Top Sales: Telegraph Hill Trophy Unit Nabs $4.7M

Listed for: $5.3M
Received: $4.7M
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 4,206-square-foot condo
Location: 1960 Grant Ave #15, Telegraph Hill
The skinny: After bouncing on and off the market since April—and taking a price chop down to a very exacting $4,999,999—this two-level condo with soaring views of the bay and the Golden Gate finally found a buyer to occupy its burnt sienna foyer and periwinkle kitchen. The main living level has hardwoods, whereas there's carpet in the bedrooms and den. We love the arched windows and the little tiled nubbin of a terrace.


Listed for: $4.1M
Received: $4.611M
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 3,300-square-foot single-family home
Location: 3880 Jackson St, Presidio Heights
The skinny: When this very upstanding four-bedroom from 1923 landed on the market last month, we were fans of its leaded windows and triple-arched entryway. The lot backs right up to the Presidio Wall, and the property hasn't been on the market for decades—two felicities that no doubt helped it get more than $500K above its ask despite a kitchen that looks like something out of a rental ("vintage accouterments," mumbles the brokerbabble). We offer our congrats to the new owner and extend our sympathies over the chandelier, which the sellers will be carting off with them.


Listed for: $4.499M
Received: $4.55M
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath, 4,007-square-foot single-family home
Location: 84-86 Ord St, Corona Heights
The skinny: This modern home—which was renovated into a single-family after serving as a duplex, we presume—features a geometric arrangement of clerestories and several elements the brokerbabble describes as floating: the central stair, stainless steel railings, an existentially troubling abyss. That last bit is made up (we think?).

· Understated Home Along Presidio Wall Politely Asks $4.1M [Curbed SF]