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555 4th Street Unit 608

Welcome to The Palms, a full amenity building offering 24-hour lobby attendant, concierge, fitness center, business center, theater, club lounge, and an outdoor courtyard. This large 1 bedroom unit offers a spacious floor plan with a bright and open living area. Floor to ceiling windows and sliding door lead to the balcony overlooking the lush…

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130 Langton Street

Located on a quiet, tree-lined street, this 2BR townhouse-style condo is close to the action yet tucked away from it all. This historic SOMA Edwardian was reimagined by famed SF Architect Donald MacDonald (Bay Bridge), has 3-levels of living space and has its own private deck with views of the City and a beautiful mural…

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4333 19th Street

This lovely, spacious Edwardian condo is ideally located in the middle of the block between Diamond and Eureka Streets. The substantial and inspired Edwardian architecture is pervasive and is clearly experienced in the classic living room appointed with a gas fireplace and gorgeous built-ins. The formal dining room can accommodate a large table, and is…

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720 Fell Street, Unit 7

Serenely situated at the back of the building, this top-floor condo has it all: sweeping views, stylish updates, two large bedrooms, two full baths, walkability, parking and storage. Ideally located between Hayes Valley and Alamo Square, this condominium is just minutes from both Hayes Street AND the Divisadero Corridor.  The juxtaposition of the newly remodeled…

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2917 24th Street, Unit 202

Located in the heart of the Mission this 3 bedroom, 2 bath condominium is the perfect combination of urban vibrancy coupled with a lovely quiet home to retreat to. This 3 bedroom/2 bath condominium is extremely well proportioned and nearly every square foot has utility.  The kitchen, dining and living area are open and step…

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16 Ramona Avenue

Situated on a prime, vibrant and centrally located Mission Dolores block this 1912 Edwardian condominium has rare spaciousness and grace. The intact original Edwardian architectural detail coupled with a high-end remodel creates an irresistible home.The kitchen flooded with afternoon light is beautiful and timeless. It is well appointed with quality cabinetry, quartz counters, a beautiful…

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2311 Bryant Street

This Victorian flat was constructed at the turn of the century, a very good moment in San Franciscan architectural history. This era produced some of the best of Victorian architecture. Homes built after the 1906 earthquake generally lacked some of the more extraordinary things we’ve come to associate with the quintessential San Francisco Victorian: the…

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236 Shipley Street, Unit 405

Shipley House is the ultimate in luxurious urban living. Designed by Chris Miniello of Birch and Tailor, this top-floor corner unit is the primo one bedroom unit. A sophisticated kitchen is generous in size with designer cabinetry, high-end appliances and beautiful quartz counters. The living room has soaring ceilings and is surrounded by light and…

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1340 Utah Street

This elegant condominium masquerades as a single family home. 1340 is the front cottage on a property comprised of 2 cottages. The lovely Victorian facade is surely the gateway to the dramatic Victorian architecture that appoints the interior. The elegance of the small entrance hall foretells the surprising extent and quality of the period architecture.…

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86 Elgin Park

This architecturally significant Victorian condominium has retained much of its original detail and charm. The generous square footage translates into a spaciousness that’s hard to find in San Francisco. The flexibility inherent in the Victorian era architecture is a perfect fit for the multifaceted lifestyle needs of San Franciscans. The large formal living room at…

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