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Facebook founder and CEO required listing pictures of the homes be removed from the internet.
Circa-1950 home underwent two remodels during the seller’s ownership.
Franklin Street Vic has star-studded past.
The historic 30-room Italianate Victorian—once the home of Ronald Reagan—was built in 1877.
Not for ordinary people.
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Multi-time Grammy winner still trying to sell not one but two Sea Cliff mansions.
This was the true story of a house picked to have seven strangers live in it.
For several months in 1994, a group of seven strangers lived inside Russian Hill’s 949-953 Lombard. And now that space, where laughter, tears, and peanut butter atrocities were all caught on camera and launched into the pop culture lexicon, is on the market.
Everything you need to know about one of the city’s smallest neighborhoods making big headlines.
The former MVP is, of course, not usually prone to dropping anything.
Onetime hippie home turned contemporary abode still seeks buyer.
While the famed romance writer’s massive foliage has won the hearts/ire of many, it’s time to take a look at the structure hiding behind it.
Curry and company bought the place in 2015 but departed for a much bigger home in Alamo last year after living in the place for less than a year.
Or so suggests the New Yorker.
The former Grateful Dead’s onetime crash pad is back on the market, with a slightly new look and a slightly lower price since last year, but with the same rock and roll pedigree.
During 2007 and 2009, Oscar-winning oddball actor Nic Cage spent a brief spell as a homeowner in Russian Hill. During that time, the Wild at Heart actor purchased this downright gorgeous Gothic Tudor in Russian Hill.
Thomas Keller, Michelin-starred chef (French Laundry, Per Se) and noted Reese's Peanut Butter Cup aficionado, just scored a new piece of real estate in Napa. In September, the molecular gastronomist purchased a 1968 ranch home for a cool $1,950,000—$55,000 above asking.
Activist and 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has made headlines this year, though not for his pigskin prowess. The QB put his San Jose property on the market this week to the tune of $2,895,000.
Controversial billionaire Peter Thiel put his Marina District home on the market this past May to the tune of $9.2 million. After a brief delisting, it’s been reintroduced this week with a massive price cut.
Correction: This listing, which we originally claimed to be Tim Lincecum's old apartment, is in fact the identical property next door. We have since updated the piece. Curbed SF regrets the error.
Bay Area hero and Warriors icon Stephen Curry, who recently nabbed NBA's Most Valuable Player accolade, and his wife, Ayesha, put their Orinda home on the market today. The contemporary Spanish hacienda 2013 property, a 4,700-square-foot abode that i
Smack-dab on the edge of Palace of Fine Arts, Peter Thiel's expansive and opulent mansion — two houses combined into one — has everything one would want from a top-drawer San Francisco address, and then some.