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Reimagined Glen Park Spanish Colonial home asks $2.95M

It comes with outdoor decks on every level.

Renovated Richmond abode makes the perfect starter home

It’s asking $649,000.

Renovated Hayes Valley Victorian, with black-and-white facade, seeks $4.75M

It comes with plenty of natural light.

Extreme Castro Victorian makeover returns with extremely reduced price

New asking snips $3.35 million off original price tag.

Hidden Pac Heights Victorian beguiles to the tune of $2.5M

Two cottages joined together by a ribbon of glass.

San Rafael Eichler, now sporting a major renovation, seeks $1.29M

This delightful midcentury home now features a modern take on the sparse 1950s style.

Walter Hood, MacArthur ‘genius’ grant winner, will transform Oakland Museum of California

The lauded landscape designer will turn the museum into a more publicly-friendly space.

Renovated Mission Dolores Victorian flat comes with a Nordic twist

Dark blue facade hides a surprise.

Ferry Building to undergo two-year restoration

The building will not only get a fresh coat of paint, but also a new color.

1906 Ross home designed by John White asks $16.9M

Lavish abode underwent $7 million renovation.

Cole Valley firehouse turned condo seeks $2.4M

Ring the alarm.

Parkside home hides stark interiors behind blue facade

Blue beauty for blue-blood bank account.

Extreme Eichler makeover in San Rafael asks $1.8M

Midcentury abode redone from top to bottom.

San Francisco’s big plan to fix troubled Civic Center

Proposed redesign includes permanent street closure, dog park, pavilion, and UN Plaza fountain makeover.

Oakland Mediterranean, practically perfect, asks $649K

How to do a remodel right.

Queen Anne Victorian in Oakland asks $1.15M

Circa-1895 duplex benefits from major interior renovation.

Historic Rockridge Victorian drops asking price

Pre-quake Victorian comes with curb appeal, period details, and restoration work that contractors should be forced to learn.

Renovated Bernal Heights Victorian asks $1.3M

Onetime cozy abode expanded with new bedroom and bathrooms.

Renovated Lower Pac Heights Victorian asks $1.59M

Revamped San Francisco staple keeps an eye on the past.

Renovated Liberty Hill Victorian asks $8 million

Sad, stucco-clad home receives major makeover.

Circa-1896 Queen Anne in Eureka Valley asks $2.9 million

Renovated Victorian keeps an eye on the past.

Golden Gate Theater reveals gorgeous new interiors

Curtain up!

Renovated Nob Hill condo returns with pruned price, asks $3.4 million

Three years ago this tony condo in Nob Hill landed on the market for $2.19 million, nabbing an impressive $2.05 million. What a difference one year and a renovation make.

Corner Excelsior Victorian asks $1.24 million

Originally located in Glen Park, it moved to its current location in 1926.

Daring, dramatic Castro home asks $3.79 million

Its stark exteriors, punctuated by a long lattice iron gate and globe light fixture, have provoked many passersby to wonder what’s inside.

Renovated 1914 Rockridge Craftsman asks $2.5 million

Plus a cottage guesthouse.

Dogpatch startup lets employees paint walls, walk around barefoot at new office

"We want our office to feel like a home, to be comfortable and authentic."

Eichler and the technicolor dream home asks $1.47 million

While, indeed, this circa-1965 Eichler in San Rafael took a ride on the renovation rollercoaster, the results are anything but antiseptic or boring.

Stunning NoPa Victorian asks $3.2 million

Located one block from Divisadero, this circa-1900 Victorian provides perfect daydream fodder. And perfection has a price—$3,295,000, to be exact.

Marina Spanish-Med flip asks $4.4 million

Less than one year after being sold, circa-1927 Marina home is now asking almost double its previous sale price.

Fire-damaged Sea Cliff mansion returns renovated with $3.3M price hike

When the house at 182 32nd Avenue last landed on the market in June 2017, the price was $2.99 million—a bargain in the exclusive Sea Cliff neighborhood—and the ad was replete with warnings that it was "sold as-is" and "buyer beware."

Former Cow Hollow home of Tony-winning costume designer asks $5.9 million

Salvaged from local demolitions, creative couple turned what was a one-story Victorian into a four-story showstopper in the 1960s. Now it returns with a contemporary look.

Renovated Rockridge Craftsman asks $1.89 million

Renovations can be a fearful, fury-inducing thing. More often than not they obliterate a home’s integrity. This craftsman in Rockridge, however, is a refreshing exception.

Alamo Square Queen Anne Victorian asks $4.1 million

Circa-1895 home mixes old and new, still features Newel post light at the base of the stairs. Swoon.

Little Hollywood midcentury-modern asks $830,000

Circa-1964 abode benefits from recent renovation.

Bottom-floor Dolores Heights condo seeks $1.14 million

Circa-1907 Edwardian meets St. Regis Residences-esque amenities.

Potrero Hill home, clad in skateboard ramp material, asks $1.9 million

Comes with 180-degree views of the neighborhood.

Former Pac Heights gay bar building turned single-family home asks $5.9 million

Two Pacific Heights flats and former watering hole become one snazzy new property.

Chalet-like Noe Valley home asks $1.79 million

Tahoe meets Bolinas on Diamond Street.