Circa-1908 eye candy comes with decorative stone fireplaces.
"I’m also just a girl standing in front of a house asking it to go into escrow."
Step out into summer with one of these nature trails or neighborhood walks.
Five new rentals, from South Beach to Presidio Heights.
Reignite your apartment or home with a small refresh or total makeover at these shops specializing in furniture and home decor.
Check into one of these stylish lodgings.
Five new rentals, from South Park to Presidio Heights—which pricey pad do you prefer?
Five new rentals, from Presidio Heights to South Beach.
Home to the 2019 SF Decorator Showcase.
Dozens of Bay Area designers transform 18,000-square-foot Presidio Heights mansion into a playground of interior design.
A San Francisco dad and his two kids will attempt to ride every Muni line—from terminus to terminus—this summer.
Passersby and joggers along nearby Presidio Trail who’ve wondered what’s going on inside this stately manse can wonder no more.
San Francisco forgets to send bill to tony neighborhood.
See the powerhouse homes currently on the market.
Retro signage breathes new life into repurposed movie houses and still-operating cinemas.
Circa 1940s home takes a contemporary turn.
Jilted investors trying to crowdfund legal fees.
Presidio Heights get a Cherry on top while South Beach thinks ahead.
One of San Francisco’s most beautiful abode, the landmark house listed for $16 million last year.
As seven out of eleven San Francisco board of supervisors made clear last week, being wealthy has its privileges.
The vote looked like a special favor for the rich, at least in the eyes of armchair politicians. Not so fast, say SF lawmakers.
Supervisors side with rich residents despite decades of delinquent taxes.
Presidio Heights goes from dog to dollars, while Diamond Heights prefers to keep in the rough.
As pressing issues continue to wreak havoc across the country, Sen. Feinstein took time to tackle the local brouhaha in Presidio Terrace.
We’re gobsmacked to report that nobody snapped up the landmark Roos House in Presidio Heights.
Comes with chandelier in the master bedroom closet and separate guest studio out back.
Is one person's studio is another person's townhouse? Today's price: $7,000.
Transit lines lacing throughout San Francisco offer scenic views of nature or architectural wonder (the Golden Gate Bridge, Cupid’s Bow), but the true beauty of the city, inside and out, can be seen aboard the 33 Ashbury/18th.
Back in August news broke that homeowners on ultra-tony Presidio Terrace, an O-shaped private street in the neighborhood of the same name, had somehow managed to lose ownership of their gated byway.
Friday is time for the High & the Low, chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Here’s this week’s pageant of extremes.
Somehow, almost the exact same thing happened 40 years ago. Meanwhile, the street’s new owners respond to the terrace-dweller’s lawsuit by saying "We bought it fair and square."
Some of SF’s wealthiest homeowners find that their street was sold from underneath them—literally, as the streets and sidewalks went to auction two years ago to cover an unpaid $14 per year tax bill.
Everything you need to know about one of the city’s smallest neighborhoods making big headlines.
Friday is time for the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Here’s this week’s pageant of extremes.
Landmark home from San Francisco’s greatest architect hopes for a landmark deal as it’s set to leave Roos family hands for the very first time.
Gardens that will remind you what spring looks like.
The ten most expensive properties for sale in the city range from $12 million to $40 million in asking prices.
Locust Street eats up highs, while Opera Plaza sings low.