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A European Townhouse in San Francisco

This six-story property in the city’s Russian Hill neighborhood offers views of the Bay Area. It is asking $25 million —Emily Nonko   Ms. Tyler and her husband considered moving into the home themselves. Given the difficulty of new residential construction in San Francisco, however, ‘We were convinced there was an opportunity for a high-end property like this to sell,’ she says. DAVID DUNCAN LIVINGSTON

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‘Unapologetically modern’ view home is a contemporary jewel of Pacific Heights (Sponsored)

advertising feature | COVER STORY Elegant, tech-savvy and home to postcard vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts and Alcatraz from multiple levels, 2833 Vallejo St.offers a definitive example of contemporary, luxury living in one of San Francisco’s most celebrated neighborhoods. “Perhaps the most valuable aspects of the property are the views,” said Ana T.L. Dierkhising of Compass, who is co-listing the sleek, urban five-story ...more

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With Tech IPOs Looming, Here Are 7 Sumptuous San Francisco Homes

To help the newly rich in their transition from apartment dwellers to masters of the universe, we’ve picked 7 San Francisco residences worthy of IPO dough. With Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Pinterest each set to go public this year, thousands of San Franciscans are poised to be vested—and raking in tons of cash. And as if the city by the bay didn’t have enough housing problems, ...more

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With Tech IPOs Looming, Here Are 7 Sumptuous San Francisco Homes

With Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Pinterest each set to go public this year, thousands of San Franciscans are poised to be vested—and raking in tons of cash. And as if the city by the bay didn’t have enough housing problems, these newly mega-rich tech employees are likely to be looking to upgrade their residences in a big way. While we know rich people don’t need much ...more

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With Tech IPOs Looming, Here Are 7 Sumptuous San Francisco Homes

To help the newly rich in their transition from apartment dwellers to masters of the universe, we’ve picked 7 San Francisco residences worthy of IPO dough. With Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Pinterest each set to go public this year, thousands of San Franciscans are poised to be vested—and raking in tons of cash. And as if the city by the bay didn’t have enough housing problems, ...more

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Unprecedented waterfront Belvedere estate

The idea of building — or attempting to get approved — what most would consider the most spectacular waterfront home ever conceived is daunting in the least, and an arduous task at best. Which is what makes the opportunity afforded by 135 Belvedere Ave. so astounding. The heavy lifting is complete. The city approvals, the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission permit for a deep water ...more

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Why hasn’t the San Francisco mansion once owned by Nicolas Cage sold?

A San Francisco mansion with an arresting Tudor Revival facade continues to sit on the market without selling, despite a price reduction, a prime location with drop-dead views, and celebrity cache. Hollywood actor and house collector Nicolas Cage famously owned the home on the corner of Francisco and Hyde streets for a brief spell in the 2000s. Originally listed in 2017 for $12 million — ...more

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Nicolas Cage’s San Francisco Home!

Back when he was one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actors earning $40 million in 2009, Nicolas Cage owned a collection of the world’s most eclectic homes including a San Francisco home built in 1914 for Armenian sculptor Haig Patigian – now for sale at $10.95 million. With a long string of blockbuster hits under his belt including Moonstruck and Peggy Sue Got Married, Nic won an Oscar in 1996 ...more

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Nicolas Cage’s former Gothic home makes a comeback in San Francisco

In San Francisco, a 105-year-old Gothic Tudor estate once owned by actor Nicolas Cage has returned to the market at $10.95 million. That’s about $1 million shy of the original asking price two years ago. The “National Treasure” star grabbed the four-story home in 2006 as part of a multi-year spending spree that saw him buy an island in the Bahamas, a manor in Rhode ...more

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Sausalito home with private funicular seeks $3.4M

This contemporary home, built in 1991 and located at244 Spencer Avenue, last appeared on the market in 2017, when, according to Redfin, it sold for $3 million. Almost three years later, the ample abode comes back asking $3,449,000. Featuring five beds, three baths, and 3,543 square feet, the Sausalito property comes equipped with its own private funicular (a “hillivator” in layman’s parlance) to whisk residents and guests ...more

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