Top 10 Home Sales in San Francisco Nearly Hit a Combined $100M in Q1 2015

The top 10 home sales recorded in San Francisco during the inaugural quarter of 2015 stand as testament to the city’s booming real estate market — nothing below $5M. This might not be too surprising taking into account that the San Francisco area’s current median price for a single-family home stands at over $1 million.

Without further ado, here are the figures:

#10. 285 San Anselmo Ave

Sale price: $6,285,000

This 6,807-square-foot home in the Saint Francis Wood neighborhood was acquired for $6,285,000. The five-bedroom, five-bath home is located on a .48-acre lot.

#9. 200 Laurel St

Sale price: $6,700,000

This 12-room home also located in Presidio Heights traded hands for a sum of $6.7 million. The new owners acquired the 5,595-square-foot single-family residence right before the end of the quarter.

#8. 3867 Jackson Street

Sale price: $6,850,000

This six-bedroom, five-bath house built in 1936 totals 3,940 square feet on a .1-acre site in the affluent Presidio Heights neighborhood.

#7. 3455 Washington St

Sale price: $7,300,000

Located in Presidio Heights, this single-family home was recently acquired for $7.3 million. The 3,358-square-foot residence was built in the 60s and offers five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

#6. 2728 Green St

Sale price: $7,500,000

This Cow Hollow property traded hands for $7.5 million during the first week of 2015. It’s zoned for a two-family property but currently only features one four-bedroom, three-bath home.

#5. 2519 Pierce St

Sale price: $7,875,000
This 4,352-square-foot home located in the hip Pacific Heights neighborhood was purchased for $7,875,000 this February.

#4. 2555 Union St

Sale price: $9,750,000

Also located in the Cow Hollow neighborhood, the 6,024-square-foot home traded hands for $9,750,000 The three-bedroom, three-bath home was built in 2006 and features a more modern style than the average homes in the area.

 #3. 2550 Green St

Sale price: $10,725,000

In a close third is the property located at 2550 Green St. in the Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home totals 4,660 square feet and is located on a .14-acre site. The 1937-built home was acquired for $10,725,000.

#2. 2604 Pacific Ave

Sale price: $10,995,000

Acquired for $10,995,000 in February, this Pacific Heights home is the second most expensive single family sale recorded during the past quarter. Our data shows that the century-old property totals 4,738 square feet and a total of 14 rooms.

 #1. 2716-2724 Pacific Ave

Sale price: $23,889,000

Located in Pacific Heights, this three-lot property was the most expensive residential sale recorded during the first quarter of 2015. The home is located on 0.61 acres of land and was traded this March. The Queen Anne-style home offers its new owners seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, while the 2716 Pacific Ave. lot is zoned for one additional single-family home on the premises.

Alex Girda

Alex Girda

Alex is a senior editor with Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive who has more than a decade of experience in the industry. Mainly focused on data-driven exploits, he works with Yardi Matrix and CommercialEdge to provide insights into the real estate market.

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