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Raziel Ungar, LeMieux Associates, and Watson Marshall Group all take high spots in national sales rankings

Local realtors take high spots in national sales rankings Los Altos realtor places sixth among individual sellers Six teams of local real estate agents and 17 individual local salespersons were among the top-selling 250 teams and 250 agents nationwide this past year, according to Real Trends, a private communications company that published its annual “The Thousand” list on Friday. The top-ranking local individual was David ...more

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featured in SF Gate Walk-through

Walk-through: Classical elegance in Atherton contemporary offering indoor/outdoor living opportunities Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough Address: 21 Marymont Ave., Atherton. Asking price: $10.795 million. Description: Palatial dimensions, timeless design and enticing outdoor entertainment areas define this five-bedroom trilevel set on nearly an acre east of the Menlo Country Club. Brazilian ...more

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Curbed spotlight’s Gina Haggarty’s English Tudor fairytale in Hillsborough

English Tudor fairytale in Hillsborough asks $5.5 million Comes with creekside pool and detached wine room Photos courtesy of Gina Haggarty Built in 1927, this English Tudor mansion in a tony Silicon Valley town brings to mind another time another continent. Think Howards End, but minus the lower socioeconomic rungs overlapping with the upper crust. This is, after all, Hillsborough, darling. Featuring five bedrooms, five and a ...more

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Curbed covers Gina Haggarty’s Spanish-style Hillsborough listing

Dreamy Spanish-style in Hillsborough asks $4.6 Circa-1926 charmer comes with archways galore Photos courtesy of Pacific Union It isn’t often the Bay Area sees these types of Spanish-style abodes, ones often found within the tonyenclaves of Los Angeles. But over in Hillsborough, a circa-1926 home, christened Casa de la Colina, lands on the market asking a cool $4,600,000. Featuring four beds, four and a half baths, 4,706 square feet, 1005 ...more

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Virginia Supnet’s Half Moon Bay Listing Catches Eye of California Home + Design

Austere Minimalism For The 21st Century, $2.55M Where: 324 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay Asking: $2,550,000 What: An exquisitely detailed 5-bed, 4-bath home, two blocks from the ocean in Half Moon Bay, a once-sleepy seaside community of Italian and Portuguese immigrants (artichoke and bean farmers, cattle ranchers) that became an affordable vacation spot. The farmers are still there; the town is currently the focus of home buyers from ...more

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Tom LeMieux’s Sleek Atherton contemporary catches eye of SF Chronicle

Sleek Atherton contemporary offers ‘striking detail’ Mehdi and Nely Jazayeri went above and beyond when they tore down a 1950s Ranch home and built a sleek contemporary at 369 Fletcher Drive in Atherton. The home boasts two wine cellars, seven bedrooms and a central staircase with walnut tread. “They took tremendous care because they built it for themselves. It wasn’t built as a spec development,” ...more

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Tom Lemieux’s Atherton estate Covered by Curbed

Snazzy new Atherton home asks $18.7 million Comes with pool house and two—two!—wine rooms Presumably, none of us won last week’s massive lottery jackpots. Alas. But let’s take a gander at what we could have purchased had one of us possessed winning numbers. Take, for example, this three-story 2017 construction in lofty Atherton. Featuring seven bedrooms, three baths, and an ample 11,787 total square feet ...more

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Curbed spotlights 8 Pacific Union listings in 25 of the Bay Area’s most beautiful homes of 2017

Bay Area’s most beautiful homes of 2017 These abodes made us gasp, swoon, and sigh This year proved an excellent time for sellers; not so much for buyers, who faced catapulting prices with not nearly enough vertical growth options. The annual income needed to buy in SF soared $10,000 in six months alone, climbing from $161,000 in May to $171,000 in November. Ouch. But on ...more

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