Zephyr Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
CalBRE # 01352627
Most Recent Sales
citywide in the last 21 days
Address Type BR/BA/Units Park DOM List Price Sold Price
1150 Monterey Blvd SFR 6BR / 2BA 0 19 $1,070,000 $1,035,000
425 1st St #5402 Condo 2BR / 2BA 1 79 $2,999,000 $3,000,000
871 Page St - -BR / -BA 0 89 $2,995,000 $2,912,700
277 Arlington St SFR 4BR / 4BA 0 71 $1,399,800 $1,450,000
119 Bridgeview Dr SFR 3BR / 1BA 0 28 $599,000 $665,000
350 Sanchez St Condo 3BR / 1BA 0 34 $995,000 $1,150,350
15 Red Rock Way #N110 Condo -BR / 1BA 1 28 $375,000 $363,000
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San Francisco Market Overview
Family Home
2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days $960,000 $865,450 $1,425,500
% Change from prior 180 days +3.6% +4.8% +5.5%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 36 48 48
% Change from prior 180 days +9.9% +7.4% -4.4%
Big Changes at One of the City’s
Biggest Public Parks
Spring is in the air, and evidence is readily apparent all over the City. Case in point is Mission Dolores Park where renovations have begun on the northern half of the park. Improvements include new restrooms, tennis and basketball courts, off-leash dog play areas, bike racks, pathways, and a southwest corner overlook as well as improved ADA access.

The Park is one of many attractions that abound in Mission Dolores. This vibrant, ever-changing community is also home to the City’s oldest building, Mission San Francisco de Asis, more commonly known as Mission Dolores. The residential style is an eclectic one as are the dining and shopping opportunities. The climate is one of the more favorable in San Francisco, and transit, transportation and walkability are excellent. Then there is 826 Valencia, a free writing workshop for kids cleverly fronted by a pirate supply store. It’s a lovely place to call home.
San Francisco Leads the Way... Again
California is officially in the midst of a drought. The Public Utilities Commission has asked that water usage be cut voluntarily by 10 percent. Here’s the good news: San Franciscans have been exercising water conservation for many years and already use the least amount of water daily in comparison with the remainder of California: 49 gallons on average compared to 100 throughout the state.

"We should acknowledge we have been doing a good job, but there’s always room for us to improve," said Harlan Kelly, general manager of the utilities commission. "There are things you just don’t realize - when you are brushing your teeth, turn off the water. Don’t take long showers or fill the bathtub to the top. Be mindful - it’s the little things that will have major impacts.”

The SFPUC offers incentives for residents and businesses such as free evaluations, gardening classes and water-efficient devices.

So, spring is in the air, daylight hours are longer and there is much beauty to be seen in the parks and gardens of San Francisco. Enjoy them and keep mindful about water conservation.
In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
Big Changes at One of the City’s
Biggest Public Parks
What’s New in Mission Dolores?
San Francisco Leads the Way... Again
What’s New in Mission Dolores?
While residential availability may be on the light side, there are lovely properties to be seen in Mission Dolores. Here are just a couple:

The two bedroom, 2.5 bath unit at 180 Dolores Street is one of nine in this fully renovated building. Creative use of light and an exclusive-use patio expand the spacious and gracious indoor living space to include the outdoors. Ideally situated near Dolores Park and an abundance of shopping and dining venues, this is a must see! Listed at $1,069,000.

The exterior is classic Edwardian at 160 Linda Street, and the interior is a sleek, contemporary one bedroom, one bath residence with lovely finishes and an open floor plan. Loads of custom upgrades and a walk score of 97 combine to make this a hot property. Listed at $599,000.
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com ZephyrSF.com