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Time has stopped in this Bay Area home on the market for $787,000

Buyers are invited to ‘bring your hammer’ for this fixer Anna Marie Erwert | SFGATE.COM In the East Bay city of Alameda, we find rare sighting of an endangered species: a single-family home under $800,000. Indeed, this frozen-in-time property is a throwback in many ways. Not only is 3281 Sterling Ave. a time capsule, seemingly untouched for decades, but its price is well below the current median ...more

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Living like a billionaire: The Bay Area’s costliest real estate listings

Hearst Bay Area Wire Services | SFGATE.COM 170 Atherton Ave. Atherton, CAPRICE: $100,000,000 Click here to learn more via sfgate.com. San Francisco Bay Area real estate is among the most expensive in America, and the city itself is among most expensive places to live on Earth.  So, in an already expensive city, what do you really get for $10 million and up?  We searched the latest ...more

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$110M Silicon Valley estate could obliterate area price record

If the newly constructed Woodside estate sells for its list price, or anything close to that amount, the sale would decimate the current home price record for the area, which is $43.5M. Lillian Dickerson | INMAN.COM A newly constructed 14,000-square-foot estate located in Woodside, California, about 10 miles outside of Palo Alto, has hit the market with a listing price of $110 million — and if ...more

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$110M listing poised to shatter Silicon Valley price records

Christopher Cameron | NYPOST.COM This ain’t the Metaverse. A heavyweight of a home in California’s Silicon Valley has hit the market with a tech mogul-sized ask of $110 million. When and if it sells, it will likely obliterate the tech hub’s previous sales record of just $43.5 million, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. That record was set by a mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood last year. The ...more

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New Home May Smash Silicon Valley Price Record!

TOPTENREALESTATEDEAL.COM California’s San Francisco Bay area is the United States’ most expensive real estate market, with a median home-sale price of $1.3 million. Unlike its southern neighbor Los Angeles, the pricey San Francisco homes belong not to movie and TV stars but to the movers and shakers of the technology industry. The Bay Area boasts the country’s highest concentration of tech companies and tech jobs, ...more

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$4 Million Homes in California

A Mediterranean-style house in San Francisco, a midcentury home in Los Angeles and a Southwestern retreat in Sonoma. Angela Serratore | NYTIMES.COM San Francisco | $3.995 Million A Mediterranean-style house built in 1937, with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, on a 0.1-acre lot Lone Mountain, a neighborhood a few blocks from the University of San Francisco, is considered a hidden gem by ...more

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North Napa’s oldest home for sale for $1.85 million: Local developer restores 1850s home on Redwood Road

Jennifer Huffman | NAPAVALLEYREGISTER.COM The oldest house in north Napa, built for a well-known Western mountain man, has been completely restored and is now for sale. The price: $1.85 million. Known as the James Clyman house, it’s located at 2243 Redwood Road. Listing agent Tim Hayden of Compass real estate described the property as a “beautifully renovated,” farmhouse that includes four bedrooms, plus a two-bedroom ...more

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‘Own a piece of history’: Berkeley home designed by John Hans Ostwald listed for $3.4 million

Liz Jassin | KRON4.COM BERKELEY, Calif. (KRON) – “This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of history,” said Compass realtor Julia Temple. 3020 Buena Vista Way in Berkeley, an exquisite mid-century modern house built in 1960 by architect John Hans Ostwald, just hit the market for $3,395,000. Click here to visit the listing via compass.com. Features include breathtaking views from almost every room of ...more