Every week we comb through the real estate listings to bring you the ten least expensive pieces of residential real estate in a single neighborhood. This week we're switching it up a bit, and showing you the ten most expensive properties to hit the market in the past seven days. This map does not include multi-unit buildings—only single-family homes and condos are shown. Of the 203 properties that hit the market recently, the tenth most expensive is a Dogpatch party pad asking $2.795M that's the former home of Greg Bronstein. At $12.995M, the most expensive is a Pacific Heights mansion owned by filmmaker Chris Columbus. Let's get this party started!Read More
The Most Expensive Homes to Recently Come onto the Market
Filmmaker Chris Columbus' Mansion
Asking price: $12,995,000
This very big abode has an ideal location, as it's directly across the street from Alto Plaza Park. The 7-bed, 6-bath, 11,450 square foot mansion is owned by filmmaker Chris Columbus.
Asking price: $11,500,000
Another home with a view of a park; this 3-bed, 4.5-bath, 5,360 square foot co-op is directly across from Lafayette Park in Pacific Heights.
Nob Hill Townhouse
Asking price: $4,950,000
Another townhouse in Nob Hill's famed Beaux-Arts building has hit the market. The 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,993 square foot condo is said to be a "modern masterpiece," though no interior photos of the place are being advertised yet.
Cow Hollow Single-Family Home
Asking price: $4,150,000
This is a beautiful home in a highly desirable area of Cow Hollow. The 3-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,800 square foot home is fit for entertaining, and has a great roof deck.
Presidio Heights Single-Family Home
Asking price: $3,500,000
Completed renovated inside and out, this 6-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,350 square foot abode is quite the looker. There's also an inlaw unit on the ground floor if you need help with the mortgage.
Spanish Mediterranean Mansion
Asking price: $3,420,000
If you want a lot of square footage but don't want to shell out eight figures for a home, do check out this Sherwood Forest (on the border of Saint Francis Wood) 4-bed, 4-bath, 4,649 square foot home. It's selling for $736 per square, which is way less than any other property on this map.
Cow Hollow Single-Family Home
Asking price: $3,200,000
The same family has owned this home for over 70 years, so the kitchen and bathrooms could use some updating. The 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,883 square foot beauty has an ideal location in Cow Hollow.
Noe Valley Single-Family Home
Asking price: $3,095,000
Homes in Noe Valley are flying off the shelves, so it wouldn't surprise us if this 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,327 square foot home sold for over asking. Especially when you consider that it last sold in 2008 for $2,950,000.
Noe Valley Flipper
Asking price: $2,995,000
This home was purchased in early 2012 for $1.051M, and is now on the market for almost two million more. That said, the home was completely rebuilt and expanded, so that explains the dramatic price increase. The home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms and clocks in at 3,404 square feet.
Dogpatch Party Pad
Asking price: $2,795,000
This is a 4,000 square foot live/work party pad owned by Greg Bronstein. While it's recently listed, this is't the property's first time on the market. The 3-bed, 2-bath home has highlights like a pond in the middle of the main living area, a tub that overlooks the whole space, and a shower that can easily fit six.