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Here’s Why Millennial Homebuyers Are Braving Today’s Real Estate Market

Mar 25, 2021,07:08pm EST| Contributor Ellen Paris Real Estate Here’s why Millennial homebuyers are braving today’s real estate market. Realtor.com’s recent survey with Harris X looks at the reasons Millennial homebuyers are chasing the American dream. Many have been in the market a year encountering multiple offers and bidding wars as roadblocks to homeownership. According to the survey one-third of first-time homebuyers haven’t been able to ...more

140 acres in Marin County once owned by Genentech co-founder being sold at auction

Roland Li March 12, 2021Updated: March 12, 2021 4 a.m. The 140-acre King Mountain Estate in Marin County is going to auction in the Bay Area’s latest mega-sales effort, testing the strength of a market that buyers have flocked to during the pandemic. There is no reserve for the undeveloped property, which sits high above Larkspur and about a dozen miles from the Golden Gate Bridge ...more

Ink House, home to one of Napa Valley’s first settlers – and Elvis Presley – could be yours

Anna Marie ErwertMarch 8, 2021Updated: March 8, 2021 4:01 a.m. Asking $7M, the property comes with history as well as all the furniture Welcome to Ink House. Built for Theron Ink – a gold prospector and early Napa Valley settler who eventually became a highly successful agriculturist – this property has come to market with history and beauty intact. Ink House was Theron Ink’s home on ...more

Community San Francisco: House Proud

Three extraordinary homes by giants of the Bay Area design scene offer something for everyone. By Maile Pinge STATELY IN SAN FRANCISCO Benefitting of its historic neighborhood is a classical home by architect Andrew Skurman and interior designer Ken Fulk. Set on a private cul-de-sac once home to the British Embassy, the 10,041-square-foot property was designed with a grand foyer that leads to formal and ...more

On The Market: Inside 3 Massive Silicon Valley Homes

Lauren Brocato | February 16, 2021 | Food & Drink Migration These palatial abodes are some of the hottest on the market right now in the Bay Area. HILLSBOROUGH Sprawling across 2 acres with a personal park and a breathtaking panoramic view of the bay, this three-story estate built in 1929 is a magnificent private haven. Unwind on one of the terraces brimming with lush greenery, or head over ...more

Rising star architect redesigns one of SF’s oldest homes

Stately facade meets modern interiors in Parnassus Heights Anna Marie Erwert Feb. 15, 2021 Built in 1918, this $2.95 million Parnassus Heights home has an iconic Edwardian exterior. But 2 Hill Point Avenue was remodeled “down to the studs” by renowned architect Casper Mork Ulnes in 2013 to achieve a modern, open interior. At the time, Mork Ulnes wasn’t yet 40 years old, but his ...more

A sign of recovery? Condo closings tick up in last leg of 2020

By Laura Waxmann  –  Staff Reporter, San Francisco Business TimesJan 29, 2021 Updated Jan 29, 2021, 4:05pm PST While San Francisco condo prices continue to fall — a trend that’s been steady through the pandemic — the number of sales increased in the fourth quarter in much of the eastern half of the city, which saw a total of 502 deals, according to a report from Compass Development.  The fourth quarter closings ...more

Los Angeles And San Francisco Condominiums Delivers Luxury Five-Star Living For Today’s Buyers

Los Angeles and San Francisco condominiums deliver luxury five-star living for today’s buyers.  As the market continues to pivot due to COVID luxury and ultra-luxury condominium living is alive and well in California. West Coast head of Compass Development Marketing Group, Sandra Eaton does a deep dive into what has changed in the luxury condo market recently. “COVID provided a seismic shift and a grand reprioritization. ...more

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Asking $1.4M, This Historic Berkeley Home Lists for the First Time in More Than a Century

The Ericsson-Bray House features original clinker bricks and box beam ceilings—as well as a hidden bedroom beneath the redwood-clad gable roof. A historic Arts and Crafts style home is now up for sale in Berkeley, California. Last available on the public market in 1914, the property features the footprint of an original cottage, along with several additions completed in the 1920s. Today, the home retains ...more

Look inside the stunning waterfront mansion where the late Robin Williams once lived

Though he died in 2014, the late comedian and actor Robin Williams remains one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, having appeared in beloved movies like “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Good Will Hunting,” and “Dead Poets Society.” Despite being a Hollywood fixture for decades, Williams’ home base was further north. The actor was a long-time resident of San Francisco’s Bay Area. As Robb Report points out, he ...more