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706 Foerster Street

706 Foerster is where history, architecture and magic converge. This single family home, built in 1916, is one of the first homes built in Miraloma Park. It has been beautifully updated but retains much of its farmhouse-style charm. The captivating facade, which includes the original wrap around porch, is the perfect foreshadow to what awaits…

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4404 18th Street

In the heart of Eureka Valley this 1902 storybook Victorian melds vintage charm with modern amenities to create the ultimate urban home that is walkable to shops, restaurants, nightlife, parks, shuttle stops, and transit. The village-like quality of this unique location is just steps from the heart of the historic Castro District. The tree-lined streets…

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15 Eugenia Avenue

This classic standout Victorian home wows from its gorgeous, exceptional facade and continues to impress as you enter the front door and step into the gracious entry. Everything we love about grand Victorian architecture is on display; wonderfully high ceilings, an elegant delineation of space, numerous rosettes and bay windows along with countless other architectural…

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208 Banks Street

You love San Francisco. You moved to this city because you just had to. You imagined yourself living in a city that never gets too cold…. or too warm. A city with beauty to spare. A place that has always welcomed the quirk and the unconventional. A city that sits on the edge… a city…

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115 Sonja Road

There is something to be said for homes built post 1950s…the floor plans are open and have an inherently good flow, an abundance of windows and closets, more contemporary systems, a spacious feeling and garages built for easy access by modern vehicles. 115 Sonja delivers all these features plus a great deal more. This 2-level…

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672 Teresita Boulevard

This luminous single family home is light-filled with a crispness and modern elegance that feels timeless… it glows. As you walk through the door and into the large living room, the natural light and southeast views create an unexpected expansiveness. The dining area is ideally positioned to take advantage of the light flowing through both…

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521 Hill Street

On one of Dolores Heights’ most coveted streets and steps from the heart of Noe Valley and 24th Street, this designer Marina Style home combines period details and modern vision to make for a warm and peaceful oasis. A formal entry takes you to the large living room that spans the front of the home.…

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1509 47th Avenue

Steps from the Pacific Ocean, this beach compound would make the perfect movie set. If you’ve ever fantasized about owning a cool and unique home a few blocks from the beach, this is it. The use of reclaimed wood, the contrast of deep emotional colors with the clean, white, crisp master bedroom, the bright colors…

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1721 Blake Street, Berkeley

Perfectly situated in vibrant Central Berkeley, this 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath Edwardian style home is sure to impress. All the attention is in the detail. Recently renovated with high-end finishes, this home offers an open and modern floor plan with an abundance of natural light in every room. Living space flows seamlessly from the…

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1514 Cayuga Avenue

This home can be found on the quiet, desirable and tree-lined Cayuga Avenue. It is a good example of the best type of home built in the late 1930’s in San Francisco. The grace can surely be found in the shape and spaciousness of both the public space and bedrooms. The large, light-filled living room,…

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