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Last Week's Biggest Sales: 2939 Vallejo Nabs a Cool $12M

Listed for: $11.5M
Received: $12M
Size: 5-bed, 6.5-bath single family home
Location: 2939 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: On the outside, 2939 Vallejo is a stately Pac Heights address just off the Presidio. On the inside, it's got all the designery touches a Noe Valley newcomer could want. That's a good thing if you like the sleek cavernous box thing but wouldn't entertain the idea of living below California Street—and a bad thing if you expect laying down the big bucks to mean dibs on those designer light fixtures, some of which are not included in the sale. The property last changed hands for $9.5 million back in 2010, but at the time also included a next-door lot that doesn't seem to be part of the deal this time around. Commenter sethgreen perhaps had the right idea: "i tell you what. i'll throw in a couple lindsey adelman chandeliers but I'm keeping the lot next door. cool?"

Listed for: $10.95M
Received: $11.5M
Size: 5-bed, 7.5-bath single-family home
Location: 2342 Washington St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: When the newly built five-bedroom at 2342 Washington listed in March for $10.95 million, we called it Pac Heights' most underwhelming mansion. That lack of soul didn't deter buyers, who jumped at the chance to live in a perfectly nice, shiny, large—but also bland—piece of $11M toast and leapt into contract almost immediately, paying $550K over asking.

Received: $3.8M
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,617-square-foot condo
Location: 102 Walnut St, Presidio Heights
The skinny: This three-level condo has been on and off the market since July, and finally found a buyer after taking a price chop. It's got bay windows, Golden Gate Bridge views, and rounded ceilings that could be either charming or stifling, depending on how the buyers redecorate.

· Pac Heights Pad Emerges from Makeover, Suavely Asks $11.5M [Curbed SF]
· Pac Heights' Most Underwhelming Mansion Lists for $10.95M [Curbed SF]