Zephyr Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
CalBRE # 01352627
Most Recent Sales
Address Type BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price
877 Alvarado Street SFR 3BR / 3BA 32 $2,445,000 $2,450,000
175 Yukon Street SFR 4BR / 3BA 11 $2,450,000 $2,600,000
401 Parker Avenue - -BR / -BA 7 $1,995,000 $2,118,000
251 Hartford Street SFR 3BR / 3BA 0 $2,100,000 $2,500,000
219 Brannan Street #11C Condo 1BR / 1.5BA 185 $959,900 $930,000
480 Mission Bay #709 Condo 2BR / 2BA 21 $1,428,000 $1,428,000
3834 25th Street SFR 3BR / 2.5BA 40 $2,695,000 $2,650,000
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San Francisco Market Overview
Family Home
2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days $1,075,000 $950,000 $1,512,500
% Change from prior 180 days +16.8% +15.2% +10.0%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 31 53 53
% Change from prior 180 days -10.7% -14.2% +18.0%
Northside Homes Are Within Easy Reach of Fort Mason Events
Not far from Fort Mason, the North side neighborhoods of the City boast popular property with proximity to the highly walkable Marina neighborhood, plenty of green space and typically grand views of the bay.

This contemporary Marina condo is on the top floor with fantastic unobstructed views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Palace of Fine Arts from the living room balcony. Three skylights throughout the unit offer plenty of warm and natural light, and the kitchen has sleek newer appliances in stainless steel. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Offered at $1,599,000.

Moving west into Cow Hollow is this renovated single family home just next to the Presidio. This house is four stories and offers large outdoor space. Upstairs is a large master suite, two additional bedrooms and a bath. The top floor is a family room with a wet bar and a large beautiful walk out deck with views. There is also a roof deck with panoramic views of Alcatraz and the Bay. Offered at $2,800,000.

Venture further south into Pacific Heights to discover this condo available directly across from the Presidio Library Garden, a lovely quiet oasis. The spacious 2 bedroom unit is filled with light thanks to numerous windows and has a tranquil vibe. Period details and hardwood floors throughout enhance the traditional elegance of the home. 1 car parking and extra storage space also elevate the already convenient location. Offered at $995,000.
Historical Footage of Life in San Francisco Now on YouTube
Media company British Pathe uploaded over 85,000 vintage newsreels to their YouTube channel earlier this year. The content and style varies greatly: some snippets are charming and uplifting, some sort of goofy, some rather melancholy, and some are downright disturbing and dark (there’s some pretty upsetting disaster footage).

San Francisco and its history are well represented with vintage footage of marketing to tourists as well as clips of historically significant events, and some clips of events not so significant, though still historical. If you’re interested in how our City came to be (long before Google buses and artisanal cocktails) then this is your style of YouTube wormhole.

Worth highlighting is the 1936 video about the nearing completion of the Golden Gate Bridge and the lives of workers saved by the innovative use of the enormous net below during construction. Not recommended for height-fearing folks. Also worth a click is the Trip to San Francisco - a two minute piece showcasing our City and portraying some elements that are still in current fashion: living space is at a premium, cable cars rumble past, and the narrator calls it 'Frisco… Hm, on second thought, that last bit might not fly nowadays.
In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
Northside Homes Are Within Easy Reach of Fort Mason Events
Eat Drink SF Moves to Fort Mason
Historical Footage of Life in San Francisco Now on YouTube
Eat Drink SF Moves to Fort Mason
This Epic Foodie Festival presented by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association is in its sixth year come early August, but events associated actually start before the end of July so it’s not too early to pop it on your calendar! San Francisco is of course known as a foodie (and cocktail) friendly town, and Eat Drink SF is celebrating this by showcasing local chefs, mixologists, wine experts and brewers.

The Grand Tasting event is August 1-3, newly moved to Fort Mason for need of a more spacious layout (originally the event has been hosted tent style in Union Square). The weekend has a different theme for each day and features over 200 Bay Area restaurants, wineries, distilleries and more showcasing their work. The days promise presentations, tastings, classes, competitions, and just straight up parties to be enjoyed.

Leading up to the Grand Tasting are several events associated with Eat Drink SF peppered throughout the City in the coming weeks. You can purchase individual tickets to these smaller programs, or a ticket to the whole event. It sounds like a great way to celebrate our foodie culture and appreciate some new tastemakers while contributing to the greater good, as portions of the different Grand Tasting days benefit several food-oriented local charities.
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com ZephyrRE.com