Zephyr Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
415.823.4656
ebermingham@zephyrsf.com
CalBRE # 01352627
Most Recent Sales
citywide in the last 21 days
Address Type BR/BA/Units Park DOM List Price Sold Price
362 Sanchez Condo 2BR / 1BA 0 63 $739,000 $730,000
1447 44th Ave SFR 2BR / 1BA 2 273 $599,000 $599,000
44 Orben Pl Condo 2BR / 2BA 0 164 $799,000 $875,000
233-35 Prospect Ave - -BR / -BA 2 68 $1,798,000 $1,798,000
2245 Cabrillo St #3 Condo 1BR / 1BA 1 78 $475,000 $491,000
1500 Bay St #202 Condo -BR / 1BA 1 53 $518,000 $518,000
101 Lombard #811W Condo 1BR / 1BA 1 31 $850,000 $825,000
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San Francisco Market Overview
Single
Family Home
Condos/
TICs/Lofts
2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days $925,000 $830,000 $1,400,000
% Change from prior 180 days +2.8% +3.8% +11.1%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 35 43 43
% Change from prior 180 days -5.8% -14.6% -33.0%
Spotlight on Sunny Potrero Hill
The average price of currently available properties in Potrero Hill is right around $950,000. Here are a few under $1 million properties in one of the City’s hottest neighborhoods:

New on the market is a lovely top-floor condo at 131 Connecticut Street. The two-bedroom unit combines some of its original detailing along with many modern upgrades. The bedrooms and kitchen/dining room afford great views of downtown, and the location is convenient to shopping and transportation. Priced at $929,000.

Another recent listing is the huge penthouse loft at 1000 Pennsylvania Avenue, #10. This one has two master bedrooms, three bathrooms and a private terrace with many high-end amenities. The lower level master suite has a separate entrance making it ideal for a home office. Priced at $898,800.

And to round out the mix, here’s a single family, two bedroom home located at 718 San Bruno. While the property has updated utility systems, some cosmetic upgrades are needed. With views of city lights and Twin Peaks, it also boasts a walk score of 88. Priced at $699,000.

Edible Architecture
If traditional properties are unappealing, maybe it’s time to experience some edible architecture. The Fairmont Hotel is home to a 22’ tall, 23’ wide gingerbread house. Built with 1,406 pounds of gingerbread, 1,600 pounds of icing and 724 pounds of decorative candy, the structure was created by the hotel’s culinary and engineering staff. The confectionary delight will be on display until year’s end. The structure does show a bit of wear and tear. Apparently, some visitors find it hard to resist a taste test of this architectural wonder.

While you’re feeling the holiday spirit, remember there’s still time to donate to Zephyr’s annual food and toy drive, which benefits the San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program and the San Francisco Food Bank. Donations are received at all six Zephyr locations.

Happy holidays!
In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
Spotlight on Sunny Potrero Hill
Marlow Move-Ins Scheduled for Early 2014
Edible Architecture
Marlow Move-Ins Scheduled for Early 2014
In its prime location at the convergence of three of San Francisco’s hottest neighborhoods – Pacific Heights, Russian Hill and Nob Hill – Marlow is scheduled to be ready for occupancy in early 2014. Prices, floor plans and interior renderings are available. Marlow is ideally located at the corner of Clay Street and Van Ness Avenue. At last report prices ranged from the mid-$700,000s to more than $1 million. See me about this hot new property or any other property around the City.
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com ZephyrSF.com