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Way To Go Redwood High School!!!

Redwood High School was just named one of the top high schools in the country and has an “A+” rating! Excellent!   Read more at: https://k12.niche.com/redwood-high-school-larkspur-ca/

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JUST LISTED!! 14 Cypress Avenue, Kentfield – Exclusively Offered at $2,495,000

I’m so excited about my new listing in Kentfield! 14 Cypress Avenue is a must-see property! Exclusively listed at $2,495,000 with 5 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms, 2699 sqft (per architectural drawings) and on 0.2984 acre lot (per tax records). This … Continue reading

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Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q4 2014

Pacific Union’s newly released fourth-quarter 2014 report is packed with sales data and regional summaries that offer a complete look at real estate activity in the Bay Area and the Lake Tahoe/Truckee region. For this report, we have teamed with … Continue reading

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San Francisco’s most expensive home sales in 2014

At $23.5 million, 2520 Pacific Ave. was the most expensive home sale of 2014. According to the Wall Street Journal, University of Phoenix founder John Murphy decided to list the 13,000-square-foot home (complete with a Prohibition-era secret bar) for $27 million … Continue reading

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2014’s Priciest Silicon Valley Home Sales Share Common Threads

Our local real estate markets have seen a significant uptick in sales activity at the highest end of the spectrum thus far in 2014. According to MLS data, there were 17 $10 million-plus single-family home sales in the communities of Atherton, … Continue reading

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Pacific Union’s November 2014 Real Estate Update

The upcoming holidays didn’t appear to distract Northern California home shoppers in November, as the months’ supply of inventory (MSI) declined or held steady from October in almost every one of Pacific Union’s regions. In fact, the MSI reached or … Continue reading

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DuPont Registry – Home of the Day – 72 Rock Road, Kent Woodlands

Located in coveted Kent Woodlands, this beautiful shingled contemporary residence enjoys a private, serene setting and features expansive views of the Ross Valley and Mt Baldy. The home offers a stunning, remodeled kitchen and family room, spacious public rooms with … Continue reading

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S.F.’s ‘Princess Diaries’ house up for sale

Anne Hathaway fans and millionaires, take note. The home seen in 2001′s Whitney Houston-produced “The Princess Diaries” is on the market for a regal 2.6 million dollars. Located at 724 Brazil Avenue in San Francisco’s Excelsior District, this 103-year old building was … Continue reading

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S.F.’s new highest-priced listing: $39 million for a Billionaire’s Row mansion

The city has a new star player in the real estate pricing realm: 2701 Broadway in Pacific Heights has seven bedrooms, over 16,000 square feet, an indoor basketball court, a roof deck with panoramic bay views—and a price tag of … Continue reading

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San Francisco then and now: a pictographic study of a not so changed city

Many long-time residents of today’s San Francisco comment on the changes in the city, citing new development, new culture, and new industry pushing SF toward a modern identity that is sometimes criticized, other times praised. But these photos, taken by … Continue reading

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