Way High and Way Low Home Sales in SF Last Week

SFcurbed.com logged the most expensive home sale in the city in the past week, and the least expensive sale so we get a seesaw view of residential real estate for seven days. Actually, in a disclaimer SFcurbed confessed that the really high sale was on November 10th, more than a week ago.

One thing that came out of this piece is that there are really a lot of $10 million-plus homes selling in 2016. It’s the year of living luxuriously.

The biggest price tag sale ($17.8 million with a $1.1 million haircut) is a fantastically lovely beachfront mansion in Sea Cliff, designed by Albert Farr, who among many claims to fame was one of the first Californians to receive an architect’s license. The mansion is laid out with six bedrooms and six bathrooms with a truly enormous living room, and enough French doors and glasswork to impress Charles de Galle. The view takes in Baker Beach and the Marin Headlands with the Golden Gate Bridge plunked in the middle.

The smallest price tag goes to a studio on Red Rock Way in the Diamond Heights area. For $492,00 the new owners got 590 square feet of contemporary and slightly cramped comfort.

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