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Mapping San Francisco's Biggest Sales So Far This Year

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Not surprisingly, most of San Francisco's mega-home sales so far this year have taken place within a few blocks of each other. Nine out of the top ten sales so far in 2015 have been in Pacific Heights, with the lone outlier just a little bit down Jackson Street in Presidio Heights. At the top of the heap so far this year is the sale of 2701 Broadway for $31 million, although the penthouse at 2006 Washington nearly matched it with a $30 million price. Of course, as August draws to a close, some very big homes are likely to hit the market for fall selling season, meaning that this list could change quite a bit by the end of they ear.


· 2701 Broadway Sells for $31M, Is Biggest Sale of the Year [Curbed SF]
· 2006 Washington Penthouse Officially Sold; Final Price Rumored at a Record $30M [Curbed SF]

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1. 2701 Broadway, Pacific Heights

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2701 Broadway
San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $31M
It didn't meet its asking price of $39 million, but this fairy-tale white mansion is still the city's most expensive sale this year. There are multiples of almost every room (two kitchens, two family rooms, and so on) and an indoor basketball court.

2. 2006 Washington St #10, Pacific Heights

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Two Thousand Washington St Inc, 2006 Washington Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

Sales Price: $30M
When 2006 Washington's tenth floor penthouse sold off-market for a record-setting price last spring, jaws around the city dropped. The 5,400 square foot unit had a per-square price somewhere around $5,555 and offers up views out over Danielle Steel's famed hedge.

3. 2424 Pacific Ave, Pacific Heights

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2424 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $23.889M
After languishing on the market for years, the home of former Pacific Stock Exchange chairman Doug Engmann finally sold in the spring. The big yellow Queen Anne came with extra parcels of land, a koi pond, and a carriage house/gazebo type thing.

4. 2950 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights

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2950 Vallejo Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

Sales Price: $16.76M
The eight-bedroom Georgian manse initially wanted $19.5 million when it went up for sale in 2012, but settled for quite a bit less. It's not on Billionaires' Row, but the brokerbabble assured potential buyers that its location "is considered on par if not better than Broadway's Gold Coast."

5. 3385 Jackson St, Presidio Heights

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3385 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94118

Sales Price: $13.5M
After a major renovation, this four-story home with a big roof deck and hot tub sold quickly for its full asking price. Views of the Golden Gate Bridge probably helped the sale along.

6. 3015 Pacific Ave, Pacific Heights

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3015 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $12M
This Pacific Heights home sold off market in June, meaning that there's not a ton of info about what was on offer. It was the first sale of the house since 1973, when it changed hands for just $115,000.

7. 2900 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights

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2900 Vallejo Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

Sales Price: $12M
Despite interior designs from Ken Fulk, this big corner manse designed by Louis M. Upton couldn't meet the $15.998 million asking price initially set by owners William and Vanessa Getty. The Gettys had purchased the house back in 2002 for $11.5 million.

8. 2939 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights

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2939 Vallejo Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

Sales Price: $12M
A major renovation by development firm Artthaus allowed this place to increase its price from $9.5 million to $12 million, although it took five years. The five-bedroom house even had a new dumbwaiter installed.

9. 2010 Jackson St, Pacific Heights

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2010 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

Sales Price: $11.5M
After just two months on the market, this classically-inspired manse (complete with statues!) found a buyer, although its final price wasn't close to the initial $15 million ask. The home's best features are its cavernous outdoor spaces.

10. 2342 Washington St, Pacific Heights

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2342 Washington Street
San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $11.5M
We were convinced that this was Pacific Heights' most underwhelming mansion, but buyers disagreed, snapping it up for more than its initial $10.95 million ask. At least it's big.

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1. 2701 Broadway, Pacific Heights

2701 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $31M
It didn't meet its asking price of $39 million, but this fairy-tale white mansion is still the city's most expensive sale this year. There are multiples of almost every room (two kitchens, two family rooms, and so on) and an indoor basketball court.

2701 Broadway
San Francisco, CA 94115

2. 2006 Washington St #10, Pacific Heights

Two Thousand Washington St Inc, 2006 Washington Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

Sales Price: $30M
When 2006 Washington's tenth floor penthouse sold off-market for a record-setting price last spring, jaws around the city dropped. The 5,400 square foot unit had a per-square price somewhere around $5,555 and offers up views out over Danielle Steel's famed hedge.

Two Thousand Washington St Inc, 2006 Washington Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

3. 2424 Pacific Ave, Pacific Heights

2424 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $23.889M
After languishing on the market for years, the home of former Pacific Stock Exchange chairman Doug Engmann finally sold in the spring. The big yellow Queen Anne came with extra parcels of land, a koi pond, and a carriage house/gazebo type thing.

2424 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94115

4. 2950 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights

2950 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, CA 94123

Sales Price: $16.76M
The eight-bedroom Georgian manse initially wanted $19.5 million when it went up for sale in 2012, but settled for quite a bit less. It's not on Billionaires' Row, but the brokerbabble assured potential buyers that its location "is considered on par if not better than Broadway's Gold Coast."

2950 Vallejo Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

5. 3385 Jackson St, Presidio Heights

3385 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94118

Sales Price: $13.5M
After a major renovation, this four-story home with a big roof deck and hot tub sold quickly for its full asking price. Views of the Golden Gate Bridge probably helped the sale along.

3385 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94118

6. 3015 Pacific Ave, Pacific Heights

3015 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $12M
This Pacific Heights home sold off market in June, meaning that there's not a ton of info about what was on offer. It was the first sale of the house since 1973, when it changed hands for just $115,000.

3015 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94115

7. 2900 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights

2900 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, CA 94123

Sales Price: $12M
Despite interior designs from Ken Fulk, this big corner manse designed by Louis M. Upton couldn't meet the $15.998 million asking price initially set by owners William and Vanessa Getty. The Gettys had purchased the house back in 2002 for $11.5 million.

2900 Vallejo Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

8. 2939 Vallejo St, Pacific Heights

2939 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, CA 94123

Sales Price: $12M
A major renovation by development firm Artthaus allowed this place to increase its price from $9.5 million to $12 million, although it took five years. The five-bedroom house even had a new dumbwaiter installed.

2939 Vallejo Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

9. 2010 Jackson St, Pacific Heights

2010 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94109

Sales Price: $11.5M
After just two months on the market, this classically-inspired manse (complete with statues!) found a buyer, although its final price wasn't close to the initial $15 million ask. The home's best features are its cavernous outdoor spaces.

2010 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

10. 2342 Washington St, Pacific Heights

2342 Washington Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

Sales Price: $11.5M
We were convinced that this was Pacific Heights' most underwhelming mansion, but buyers disagreed, snapping it up for more than its initial $10.95 million ask. At least it's big.

2342 Washington Street
San Francisco, CA 94115