San Francisco’s Top 10 priciest home listings

Pacific Heights neighborhood features the most expensive active listings in San Francisco

San Francisco Insights /
Nov.November 23, 2021 01:00 PM
San Francisco’s Top 10 priciest home listings
2582 Filbert St, San Francisco, CA (Zillow)

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San Francisco’s housing market is showing a growth of supply, even amid soaring prices, as 2021 winds down. As of September, the market has seen its highest level of housing inventory in over a decade. Compass data for the Bay Area showed evidence of home prices rising as much as 500 percent.

The top 10 active, luxury listings on the market in San Francisco total to an average of $26.5 million. Compass controls nearly half of the properties within the ranking and single-family homes in Pacific Heights reign supreme.

 

1. 2582 Filbert St, San Francisco, CA 94123, $46 millionSqFt: 12,200
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Compass – Neal Ward

First on the list is a new construction project in northern San Francisco and built on three levels of a triple-wide lot. With six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, this single-family residence is priced at $3,770 per square foot and includes a 72-foot lap pool. The property has spent 165 days on Compass and last sold for $14 million in February 2016, per PropertyShark records.

2. 2006 Washington St, San Francisco, CA 94109, $45 million
SqFt: 5,350

Property Type: Co-op
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Compass – Malin Giddings and Neal Ward

Back-to-back listings for Compass and Neal Ward, 2006 Washington Street was designed and built in 1924 by architect Conrad A. Meussdorffer but recently renovated by architect Andrew Skurman and interior designer Suzanne Tucker. This co-op is in the Pacific Heights neighborhood where the median sales prices are up 18.5 percent and are selling for a median price of $1.81 million compared to last year, according to Redfin’s market insights.

3. 2950 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94115, $29.5 million
SqFt: 20,000
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Compass – Neal Ward

Compass’ Neal Ward continues to stay hot with three consecutive listings in the rankings. This mega-mansion project offers 20,000 square feet of permitted design area. The team for this four-story, single-family home is schematic architect Snohetta and designer Troon Pacific, who designed the most expensive listing in this ranking at 2582 Filbert Street. The last deed filed on the property was in November 2015 for $16 million, per PropertyShark.

4. 2828 Vallejo St, San Francisco, CA 94123, $28 million
SqFt: 10,345
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Compass – Neal Ward

Another San Francisco home, another Neal Ward and Compass listing. Make that four-straight for Ward overseeing this single-family home built in 1906 that has been listed on Compass for over 250 days. The grand historic home has eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms and is centered in Northern San Francisco and Pacific Heights neighborhood. Per Redfin’s market analysis of the past 30 days, the median list price for the neighborhood is $8.75 million with homes averaging 90 days on the market.

5. 2698 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94115, $25.8 million
SqFt: 10,734
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Golden State Sotheby’s International Realty – Herman Chan

Built in 1906 and originally designed by the father and son architect team of Newsom & Newsom, this single-family mansion was redesigned recently and goes for $2,404 price per square foot. The home is also located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood with close proximity to Northwest San Francisco, where single family home sales in the last 30 days have gone for $3.65 million in median listing price and $1.13K median price per square foot, per Redfin. This property was last sold in Sept. 2017 with a deed amount of $16 million, per PropertyShark.

6. 435-441 Powell St, San Francisco, CA 94102, $20 million
SqFt: 26,152
Property Type: Multi-family (5+ unit)
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Blatteis Realty – Jeremy Blatteis

In the epicenter of San Francisco’s Union Square, this multi-family unit is presented as an investment property with 10 residential apartments, per the listing information. 435-441 is a mixed-use building consisting of a restaurant, a Sears on the ground floor and a Lux Salon on the second floor. This is the first time this property is on the market in over 80 years according to Blatteis Realty’s listing.

7. 2660 Scott St, San Francisco, CA 94123, $18.5 million
SqFt: 9,190
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Coldwell Banker Realty – Joel Goodrich

Built in 1908, 2660 Scott Street cost $2,013 per square foot. The last deed with a price attached was in December 2015 for $13.08 million, per PropertyShark. According to the same source, the market value of the property is $14.42 million. The Beaux Arts-era building offers clear views of the Bay and Golden Gate.

8. 2620 Buchanan St, San Francisco, CA 94115, $18 million
SqFt: 8,350
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Sotheby’s International Realty – Neill Bassi and Jessica Wynne

With six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, 2620 Buchanan Street was built in 1889. Currently, the single-family home goes for $2,156 per square foot. Located on the corner of Buchanan and Broadway and in the center of Pacific Heights, the residence offers buyers a close proximity to the shops and restaurants along Fillmore and Union. It last sold in April 2016 for $4.7 million, per PropertyShark.

T-9. 1266 Washington St, San Francisco, CA 94108, $17 million
SqFt: N/A
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Vanguard Properties – Franck Costa and Sara Werner Costa

In a tie for ninth are two single-family homes both priced at $17 million. The first, 1266 Washington Street, is in the Nob Hill community. The market data for Nob Hill shows the median sales price for homes at $1.11 million, a -2.3 percent change year-over-year. Currently, six homes sold for the year, doubling the previous year sales recorded by Redfin market insights. The home features a 634-bottle, walk-in wine cellar and gas fireplace set in architectural stone.

T-9. 2500 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94115, $17 million
SqFt: 7,045
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Compass – Nina Hatvany

Also sharing the ninth spot is 2500 Broadway, a four-level, single-family home built in 1894 and designed by architect Houman Sharif and designer Kendall Wilkinson, per Compass’ listing. This home features a third-level pentroom with views of the Bay and Alcatraz. It last sold for $8.22 million in February 2012 and once sold at slightly less for $7.2 million in June 2005, per PropertyShark.

10. 2839 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94115, $16.95 million
SqFt: 8,650
Property Type: Single-family
Listing Brokerage/Agent: Sotheby’s International Realty – John Kirtland

The last property was built in 1912 and is $1,960 per square foot. Also in Pacific Heights, the single-family home has a 16th Century Renaissance-style fireplace and impressive central staircase. A deed was recorded in March 1999 for $8.57 million, per PropertyShark.





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