San Francisco Home Prices
It comes with a "bat cave" garage and a detached wellness center.
Too bad it’s not taller!
Homes at Fifteen Fifty start at $3,500 per month.
Studios start at $800K.
Two very upscale condos were once one.
Comes with views of Cottage Row.
Median prices declined year over year five months in a row.
Break out the magnifying glass—these drops are minuscule.
Nothing lasts forever, but this market is giving its best shot
Once the second-most expensive home in the city.
Franklin Street Vic has star-studded past.
The $45 million new construction wasn’t without controversy.
Comes with a 1,300-square-foot guest level with a private entrance.
South Bay homes up 27.8 percent year over year
We’re gobsmacked to report that nobody snapped up the landmark Roos House in Presidio Heights.
Last year, a full-floor apartment inside the famous Russian Hill Willis Polk high-rise (1927) landed on the market asking a whopping $7.5 million.
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.
Now that San Francisco has passed the six-month mark, let’s see how housing stacks up in different San Francisco neighborhoods as the market prepares to cool-down.
Everything you need to know about one of the city’s smallest neighborhoods making big headlines.
From a Detroit mansion to a Cleveland Queen Anne Victorian, there’s more to be had for the price of a San Francisco home
Not since the cronut has a food item caused such fervor as the avocado toast. Now the real estate market wants in on it, too.
Never underestimate the negotiating power of a child.
Average listing price is $1,118 per square foot.
Average asking is $1,293 per square foot.