Corcoran Global Living Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
415.823.4656
ebermingham@zephyrsf.com
CalBRE # 01352627
Most Recent Sales
citywide
Address Type BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price
No sales reported in the past 21 days
San Francisco Market Overview
Single
Family Home
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2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days $1,080,000 $942,875 $1,585,000
% Change from prior 180 days +0.2% -0.2% +4.6%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 31 48 48
% Change from prior 180 days +2.0% +18.2% -3.5%
The City's Best-Loved Dog Parks
San Francisco is known as a dog loving town, and even though several homes in the City have some sort of backyard space, for the most part owners walk their pets in one of our great parks. If you’re looking for a new spot to get outside with your pup, we found some great suggestions over on SFist.

Starting with what is probably the most popular dog-friendly destination in the City, we have a beach rather than a park: Fort Funston. Fort Funston National Park is located in the southwest corner of the city. Pets and their owners love this off-leash spot, especially dogs who aren’t spooked by the edge of the ocean. Also on the beach theme, Ocean Beach is a great spot to bring your pup. There are some leashing rules in place: Dogs must be leashed between Sloat Blvd. and Stairwell 21, but beyond that it’s off-leash allowed.

To the north end of the city, Crissy Field is an option with great views of the Golden Gate bridge (probably better appreciated by humans than canines, true). And also on the north end is Lafayette Park in Pacific Heights. Check out the list for the full rundown, and get inspired for some fresh air, exercise, visiting with fellow dog lovers and of course play time for your pup.
Rooms With a View
This two bedroom condo in Diamond Heights has a living room with a gas fireplace and adjacent deck with views. The home is nestled in greenery with surrounding trees and overlooks Noe Valley with stunning views of the bay and downtown. The kitchen is recently upgraded with high-end stainless steel appliances and handsome quartz counters. A garage with parking for one car completes the well located condo. Offered at $699,000.

This beautifully remodeled top floor condo in Lower Pacific Heights has grace and elegance in a fantastic, highly walkable location. The main living space is joined together as a great room - so that the open kitchen, living space and dining area all flow together around the fireplace and sweeping southern city views. A Chef’s kitchen boasts custom cabinetry, and the master bedroom is spacious. Two other bedrooms and two car parking mean plenty of room. Offered at $1,600,000.

This three bedroom single family home in Portola boasts panoramic views. The residence is well maintained - spacious and handsome with additional unwarranted bonus rooms that may provide potential for expansion. The dual paned windows let in an abundance of light and frame the views of the bay and McLaren Park. Location is close to highways and the Third Street Rail. Offered at $749,000.
In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
The City's Best-Loved Dog Parks
Check Out the Golden Gate's New Accessory
Rooms With a View
Check Out the Golden Gate's New Accessory
The Golden Gate Bridge was closed to traffic two weeks ago for a few days so that the new moveable median barrier could be installed. Drivers familiar with the bridge may remember it could be a bit anxiety-inducing to have nothing but the tiny yellow plastic tubes between the opposite flows of traffic. Now with the moveable median and the "zipper truck" that moves it, a more robust structure is in place.

Since it was built in 1937 more than 2,025,883,491 cars have crossed the iconic bridge - so a weekend without was well overdue. Photos of the empty bridge during the weekend closure have been posted online and have a somewhat eerie feel thanks to the bizarre emptiness.

If you’re interested in learning more trivia about the famous bridge, The Bold Italic has a great post with fun tidbits, as well as a closer look at how the moveable median barrier is, well, moveable. There’s a video of the truck in action.

With the new barrier in place, the drive across will be slightly different for commuters and visitors, and traffic should be better streamlined than before. It’s true that the day the bridge reopened after the installation, two small accidents were reported - but it looks like the moveable median isn’t directly to blame, though it may have contributed to distracted drivers. So take your time and stay safe.
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com ZephyrRE.com