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Dignified downtown single-family home asks $3.1 million

Circa-1913 stunner comes with original period details By Brock Keeling | @BrockKeeling      Located near the border of Nob Hill, this abode is a rare quail: a single-family home located in downtown San Francisco. It also comes with pedigree to boot. Built in 1913 and designed by architect Frederick Herman Meyer (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Key System Building), 718 Pine is a townhouse-style home with four levels, three ...more

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Famed McCondrey Lane home featured by On the Block

A Russian Hill one-bedroom on Macondary Lane asking $797K Fans of Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City” know that the main characters’ charming home on “Barbary Lane” was inspired by Russian Hill’s tree-lined, pedestrian-only Macondray Lane. Read more on SF Gate

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Curbed covers Heidi Rossi’s listing on famed Macondray Lane

Condo on famed Macondray Lane asks $797,000 Russian Hill home doesn’t ask for much Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Heidi Rossi of Pacific Union This small wooded pedestrian lane, which was featured in Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City and rechristened Barbary Lane, Macondray Lane is one of the city’s most adorable streets. And it’s a red-letter day whenever a rare offering on ...more

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Mark Levinson closes deal for Metallica Guitarist Kirk Hammett

Metallica Guitarist Kirk Hammett’s San Francisco House Sells for $12.8M Eight-time Grammy Award-winner Kirk Hammett has been trying to unload this gorgeous San Francisco home since 2016, and he’s finally done it, although for less than he originally wanted. First listed for $16 million and later brought back on the market for $13 million, the cliffside abode just closed for $12.8 million. A Neo-Classical dream, ...more

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Mark Levinson lists Metallica’s Kirk Hammett oceanview San Francisco home

Metallica’s Kirk Hammett asks $13 million for oceanview San Francisco home Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett has set the stage for a sale in San Francisco, putting his 1920s estate on the market for $13 million. Perched on a hill in Sea Cliff, the home’s exterior wears a clay tile roof and powder blue accents. Past the gates, there’s a landscaped courtyard with a fountain. The ...more

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Steve Gothelf offers a rare treat in Pacific Heights

A rare treat in Pacific Heights Steve Gothelf contends his latest listing is a rare offering for Pacific Heights — a home that hasn’t been lived in since its recent to-the-studs remodel. “It’s challenging to find high-quality, newly renovated properties in Pacific Heights, especially at this price level,” said Gothelf, who is listing 2208-2210 Broderick St. for $6.45 million. “This is a great opportunity for ...more

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California Homes + Design features Nina Hatvany’s Stanley Saitowitz Penthouse Stunner

Photogaphy Courtesy of Open Homes Photography Where: 8 Octavia Street, Hayes Valley When: Sunday, July 15 2:30pm-4:30pm Asking: $2,895,000 What: The 3-bed, 3-bath penthouse of 8 Octavia, one of architect Stanley Saitowitz’s most visually arresting structures, in a prime location at the intersection of the Octavia Corridor and Market Street. Built in 2014, it’s a gateway structure at the end of the 101. Once upon ...more

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San Francisco Chronicle Covers Steve Gothelf’s Smart Listing in Pacific Heights

A rare treat in Pacific Heights Five-bedroom home updated with smart home tech. Two residences remodeled into one smart home. Steve Gothelf contends his latest listing is a rare offering for Pacific Heights – a home that hasn’t been lived in since its recent to-the-studs remodel. “It’s challenging to find high-quality, newly renovated properties in Pacific Heights, especially at this price level,” said Gothelf, who ...more

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7×7 features Metallica guitarist’s Sea Cliff abode by Mark Levinson

Snag Metallica guitarist’s Sea Cliff abode for a song (i.e. $13 million) Built in 1926, this gated Spanish Colonial-style estate has all the charm of its period—the tiles, the fountains, those gracefully arched doorways and exposed-wood-beam ceilings, that grand spiral staircase swathed in light. And it honors its fetching locale with seriously epic panoramas—the crashing waves at Land’s End, China Beach, and the Marin Headlands—from ...more

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