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The most beautiful homes for sale in San Francisco this week

From Nob Hill to SoMa, here are some of this week’s real estate gems that shined the brightest

After an extensive renovation, the four-bedroom and four-bath unit at the Francesca (850 Powell, #104) is back on the market asking $3,988,000. The modernized remodel kept stunning details like beamed ceilings and an antique fireplace, but sanded off some of the stodginess of the previous design with some more roughhewn elements, like exposed pillars and subway tile in the bathrooms.

Featuring two beds, two baths, and 2,653 square feet, this 2 Mint Plaza flat is actually two spaces renovated into one large, one-level abode. Other amenities include polished concrete floors, cityscape views, rooftop access (spa included) and a one-car garage. Asking is $2,850,000.

Coming in at two beds, two baths, and approximately 1,200 square feet, the top-floor flat at 432 Laurel was renovated several years ago, and is now on the market for $1,495,000.

Home to eight loft condos in the heart of South of Market, the Toy Factory building was constructed in 1909 and turned into residences in 1997. A one-bed, two-bath, 1,044-square-foot unit on the first floor has opened up this week for $949,000. Note the exposed concrete elements and soaring 18-foot ceilings. Ideal downtown/SoMa spot.

This charming Nob Hill home is currently one of the tiniest offerings on the market for $599,000. We weren’t able to pry the exact square footage out of the property’s listing agent, but it is tiny. The one-bed, one-bath home at 86 John used to be a garage, but was converted in 2011 and includes parking, in-unit washer/dryer, bamboo wood floors, shared deck, skylights, updated kitchen and bathroom, and more.