Corcoran Global Living Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
CalBRE # 01352627
Most Recent Sales
Address Type BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price
No sales reported in the past 21 days
San Francisco Market Overview
Family Home
2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days $1,260,000 $1,095,000 $1,635,000
% Change from prior 180 days +15.6% +16.6% +2.2%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 26 43 43
% Change from prior 180 days -15.5% -20.5% -7.4%
Slow Down and Scope Out These Haight-Ashbury Homes
Those running the Marathon will certainly be focused on issues other than finding a new place to live. However, the course includes many of the City’s distinct and eclectic neighborhoods, such as The Haight. Filled with dining, shopping, entertainment, parks and cultural attractions, The Haight offers a gamut of diversity and diversions. Here are a couple of notable properties from both ends of the pricing and size spectrum.

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This ground-floor, one-bedroom garden suite is private, quiet and tranquil with an open design that includes a deeded section of a beautifully-landscaped rear yard. Lots of luxury appointments create a gracious lifestyle that sets the standard for metropolitan living. Located at 127 Central Avenue, it boasts a WalkScore of 93! Listed at $729,000.

For those who adore a penthouse view, the crown jewel at 129 Central Avenue is a three-bedroom, two-bath marvel of spaciousness and refinement, and it comes with two dedicated parking spaces in the garage. The master suite has a private deck, and the roof-top patio is accessible through a mechanized skylight. Elegance abounds, and the WalkScore is an impressive 97. Listed at $2,295,000.

In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
Slow Down and Scope Out These Haight-Ashbury Homes
Keeping Up With the San Francisco Marathon
Keeping Up With the San Francisco Marathon
The San Francisco Marathon is coming on Sunday, July 26 and includes five separate events: a full marathon, two half marathons, a 5K and 52.4 ultra marathon (running the 26.2 mile loop TWICE). The Full Marathon is a circular course, starting and finishing on the Embarcadero near the Ferry Building. The marathon runs through Fisherman’s Wharf, the Marina, across the roadbed of the Golden Gate Bridge, through the Presidio and into Golden Gate Park. The course then continues down Haight Street and through the Mission, Potrero and Mission Bay Districts. Passing behind AT&T Park, the route continues under the Bay Bridge and back to the Embarcadero. The course is USATF certified and is a Boston Marathon qualifying race. Included are 16 water stops complete with water, electrolytes, first-aid, and toilets.

This year, the San Francisco Marathon has partnered with fund-raising platform, EverydayHero, to enhance the beauty of the race weekend by empowering runners to help those in need. Through its network of official charity partners, runners help raise vital funds to end childhood cancer, support fitness and recreation in elementary children, fight poverty in the Bay Area, and much more.

Sign up with EverydayHero to see, track and share all the time and effort being given to those charities benefiting from the 2015 San Francisco Marathon.
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