Location: 3330 23rd St. at Bartlett St.
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,905-square-foot single-family home
Pitch: "Charming 1886 Eastlake Victorian located in the heart of the Mission. 11.5 ft. ceilings, period details, pocket doors between living and dining rooms, 2 fireplaces & softwood floors throughout. Eat-in kitchen w/ pantry opens to back deck and yard. Split bathroom with shower stall + half bath in hall. Round skylight at top of the stairs where you find 3 bedrooms, 1 is small, full bathroom with claw foot tub and a back room w/ sink and stairs to the yard. Garage plus storage & yard with roses. Easy access to Bart, Muni, shuttles & freeways. Down the block from Beretta and great Valencia & Mission St. clubs, shops & restaurants."
Open House: Sunday, 2 to 4pm
Location: 755 Florida St. at 20th St.
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,4447-square-foot condo
Pitch: "Loft #7 is an Award-winning Top Floor one-of-a-kind urban home. Renovated in 2005 & updated in 2015, featured in Loft Life and Residential Architect magazines. The Living / Dining area has five architectural elements, each custom crafted and installed by SF artisan fabricators. The Cradle, a Douglas fir entry feature that holds office space, bookshelves, interwoven with the Zipper, a steel-and-wood stair & railing piece. The plate steel Hearth anchors the living room, while the Stage is a bi-level, stainless steel & illuminated resin kitchen counter that lets guests observe the kitchen outfitted for a professional chef. The Scrim, a wall of translucent sliding panels made from fabric stretched onto wood frames. Private roof deck."
Open House: Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 4pm
Location: 2558 Mission St. at 21st St.
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 899-square-foot condo
Pitch: "Brand new condo with upgraded wood floors, carpet and designer refrigerator. Beautiful large patio, parking & storage included. The fresh, contemporary design of Vida - 114 condominiums on Mission & 22nd Streets is fused with the thriving culture that is the heart of The Mission. The staccato waves of the facade are augmented by bold colors - literally weaving the dynamic urban fabric of the Mission into the building itself. Large windows draw light into the interiors, where social areas on the first floor and roof deck complement the private living spaces. From Bernal Heights to Twin Peaks to Downtown, you can enjoy crisp morning sunrises, dramatic sunsets and breathtaking nighttime scenes of San Francisco."
Open House: Saturday, noon to 4pm