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San Francisco Magazine, "The Leading 100: The Top Performers In Bay Area Real Estate"

LuxeSF and San Francisco and Silicon Valley magazines, in partnership with the respected REAL Trends organization, are proud to introduce The Leading 100 list, which recognizes the outstanding top performers in Bay Area residential real estate sales.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "If You're Trying to Sell Your Home Right Now"

Seasonality effects real estate sales in virtually any market, and San Francisco is no exception. According to local experts, despite the “all hot, all the time” reputation the Northern California city enjoys, there are better times of the year to sell a home.

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CNBC, "If You Bought a House In San Francisco 10 Years Ago, Here’s How Much It Could Be Worth Now"

Real estate in San Francisco is more expensive than nearly anywhere else in the U.S. The median sale price of homes in San Francisco went up for 83 consecutive months from April 2012 until March 2019.

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SF Gate, "Two Retro-Chic Homes On One Lot In Corona Heights Listed For $2.6M"

Just a few blocks from both Duboce and Buena Vista parks in San Francisco’s Corona Heights neighborhood, this mini–and decidedly arty–compound with two separate homes is listed for $2.595 million.

Curbed SF, "Pair Of Corona Heights Houses Ask $2.59 Million"

Most people can’t even imagine the feat of buying just one San Francisco house, but for anybody with the means there’s a two-for-one offer this week in Corona Heights.

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The Wall Street Journal, "Will the IPO Boom Blow Up San Francisco’s Housing Market?"

Real-estate agent Jeffrey Hyland and his team recently trawled Forbes’s wealth ranking and sifted through tech databases to identify the 50 people most likely to strike it megarich from the anticipated public offerings of tech unicorns like Uber, Palantir, Pinterest, Slack, Airbnb and Postmates.

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Mansion Global, "Will the IPO Boom Blow Up San Francisco’s Housing Market?"

Real-estate agent Jeffrey Hyland and his team recently trawled Forbes’s wealth ranking and sifted through tech databases to identify the 50 people most likely to strike it megarich from the anticipated public offerings of tech unicorns like Uber, Palantir, Pinterest, Slack, Airbnb and Postmates.

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The San Francisco Chronicle, "Two-Story Condo in Rincon Hill Open Sunday"

Eighteen-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows highlight this two-level condo near Highway 80. Neolith counters accent the kitchen, while a gas fireplace warms an open living and dining area on the lower level.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Two-Story Condo in Rincon Hill Open Sunday"

The listing includes in-unit laundry, automated shades, two parking spaces and a deck.

Curbed SF, "Dramatic SoMa loft asks $1.79 million"

Built in 2007, which seems like a lifetime ago, at least in San Francisco, this tucked away residential building doesn’t look like much from outside. But once inside this SoMa pad, you’ll find a chic dwelling fit to be situated close to Rincon Hill and the burgeoning Transbay arrondissement.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Three-Bedroom in Nob Hill Open Sunday"

Fine details mix with classical architecture in this unit at the Belgravia. The galley kitchen has brass hardware and a marble backsplash, and floor-to-ceiling wood paneling finishes a formal dining room that includes a brass bar. A walk-in closet and spa bathroom accent the owner’s suite.

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California Home + Design, " The Perfect Alamo Square Victorian, Ready For The 21st Century, $3.4M"

A classic San Francisco Victorian, remodeled over the past two years into an exceptional, move-in ready, 3-bed, 3.5-bath home with parking for two cars. Sited on a downslope with views of downtown, the 3-level home has over 3,800 square feet plus multiple outdoor spaces behind a deceptively compact facade.

San Francisco Chronicle, "Revived Alamo Square Victorian"

Alamo Square contains some of San Francisco’s most famous architecture, and two blocks south of the iconic Painted Ladies stands a three-bedroom Victorian ready for a new owner.

Curbed San Francisco, "Renovated Lower Haight Victorian Seeks $3.5 Million"

While purists might sneer at this revamped Victorian—which includes newfangled flooring, lighting, kitchen, and bathrooms—it’s a marked improvement over its former look when it last sold in 2015.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Grand Views in SF’s Cow Hollow Neighborhood"

Grand views and sumptuous finishes are found on all four levels of this richly appointed four-bedroom residence on one of the most coveted blocks in Cow Hollow.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Two-Level Condo Open Sunday in Presidio Heights"

Hardwood floors and sunny rooms grace this flat occupying the top floors of an earth-toned Edwardian. The residence includes a powder room and a tile view deck off the living and dining area.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Hot Property: Placid Outdoor Spaces in Presidio Heights Condo"

A welcoming interior and breezy outdoor spaces await at an earth-toned Edwardian with an east-west orientation in the Presidio Heights neighborhood of San Francisco.

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The San Francisco Chronicle, "Escape to the Cape without leaving SF"

With it’s weathered wood shingles, light and bright interior and vaulted, beamed ceilings, 331 Prentiss St. definitely does a good job at creating a beach-y feeling, even though the cottage is steps from busy Cortland Ave., not the ocean.

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SFC&G, "Telegraph Terrace's Penthouse Lists for $7.5 Million"

For an expansive sense of light and views, Telegraph Terrace, a condo complex conveniently situated near the Embarcadero, offers Number 20.

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The San Francisco Chronicle, "$1 Million Price Cut for Telegraph Hill Penthouse with Seven Terraces"

We first told you about the penthouse at 175 Francisco St. back in June, when the condo with seven terraces, five bedrooms and two kitchens first came to market asking $7,495,000.

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The Wall Street Journal, "For Ceilings, What a Difference a Foot Makes"

In a crowded luxury-condo market, developers are betting there’s at least one way to rise above the competition—add a few extra inches.

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The Wall Street Journal, "Apartments for Sale With Three (or More) Floors"

This four-level penthouse with private elevator is larger than most single-family homes in the area. It has 950 square feet of outdoor space over seven terraces that overlook the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Dramatic views, proportions await inside Telegraph Hill penthouse"

Palatial dimensions, sleek finishes, spacious terraces and peerless views await inside this five-bedroom penthouse in Telegraph Hill. Located in San Francisco’s northeastern corner, the luxury listing basks in bay views and natural light.

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Architectural Digest, "A Firehouse Turned Modern Home Is for Sale in San Francisco for $6.9 Million"

This former firehouse, built in 1909, served the community for 50 years before it was converted into a residence. Located in Noe Valley, the home is close to San Francisco’s Mission District.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Two-Bedroom Villa has Mediterranean Influences"

Tall windows frame views of the bay, landmarks and cityscape inside this stylish two-bedroom villa. The multi-level condo at Telegraph Terrace mimics the structure’s Mediterranean influences with tile terraces and earth toned interior.

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Mansion Global, "Listing of the Day: A Former Firehouse in San Francisco"

The firehouse, built in 1909, was known as Engine 44. It served the neighborhood for 50 years, before it became the home of artist Mark Adams and his wife, Beth Von Housen, according to the listing.

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Haute Residence, “Sotheby’s International Realty: A Four-Story Contemporary Masterpiece”

Original features of the firehouse live within the clean lines and open design of the home, including a brass fire pole, copper stable doors, a fire hose fountain, the original fire bells, and zinc doors. Architecture, history, and technology come together in this distinctive home in the heart of Noe Valley.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Decommissioned Firehouse Ignites Luxury Remodel"

Just like firefighters’ passion remains embedded in their DNA long after retirement, this four-bedroom home includes keepsakes from its days as a firehouse.

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Haute Residence, “Sotheby’s International Realty: Newly-Remodeled Inner Richmond Home”

This stunning two-story, top-floor unit in a classic Marina-style building is beautifully remodeled down to the studs.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Pacific Heights Victorian Hosts Outdoor Spaces on Each Level"

Classic converges with contemporary at this five-bedroom Pacific Heights Victorian home with abundant natural light, an open kitchen and professionally landscaped yard with fire pit.

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San Francisco Chronicle, "Villa De Martini on Telegraph Hill listed for $16 million"

298 Chestnut St., a four-bedroom Mediterranean in Telegraph Hill, is on the market for $16 million.

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Business Insider, "HOUSE OF THE DAY: Gorgeous $16 Million San Francisco Home"

A beautiful Mediterranean-style home in San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill neighborhood has hit the market for $16 million.

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Curbed San Francisco, "Telegraph Hill Home Lists for $16M, Has Tesla Charging Station"

This Mediterranean style home atop Telegraph Hill just hit the market for $16M, making it one of the most expensive residential properties currently for sale in San Francisco.

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Haute Living, "Sotheby’s International Realty: Exquisite San Franciscan Jewel"

The first-ever property in the city built using concrete, the awe-inspiring residence––which has a library/home office, family room and Florentine great room––was renovated in 2004 with all new systems