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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Last Call for the Brewer's Mansion

Listed for: $6.895M
Received: $6.5M
Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 7,800-square-foot single-family home
Location: 1160 Fulton St, Alamo Square
The skinny: This stunning Edwardian not far from the Painted Ladies was built in 1902 by George Schafer, a partner in the landmark Jackson Brewing Company. In 2008, it got a modern overhaul that brought an elevator and other updates, but all the wood paneling, stained glass, and lovely box-beam ceilings were left in place. The lucky buyer paid 395K under asking, so it must've been five o'clock somewhere.

Listed for: $4.495M
Received: $4.4M
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath single-family home
Location: 65 Alpine Ter, Buena Vista Park
The skinny: Here's another Edwardian (this one from 1904) that also slipped below its asking price. This one's been overhauled according to a more contemporary palette—complete with an overly taupe kitchen that's giving off a distinctly late-90s vibe—but the views are rather commanding.

Listed for: $3.76M
Received: $3.85M
Size: 4-bed, 4-bath, 3,085-square-foot single-family home
Location: 226 Valley St, Noe Valley
The skinny: Last week's only overachiever is, of course, in the grown-up hipster haven of Noe Valley, where people go to show off their taste in white oak floors, Calacatta slabs, and confusing kitchens. Behind the still-modest facade, this place doesn't feel much like a Victorian anymore, particularly with the addition of the dramatic glass wall now pressed up against the staircase.

· Alamo Square Brewer's Mansion Will Knock You Back $6.895M [Curbed SF]
· Huge Noe Valley Flip Asks $5.8M, Targets Grown-Up Hipsters [Curbed SF]