“Incredible 10-acre East Bay estate is like a private resort, listed for $17.75M”-
Featured in SF Gate! This 10-acre East Bay estate located at 322 Lark Lane in Alamo is on the market for $17.75 million.Read more012
“Dana Bambace And Mark Peterson Present A Dramatic Blue Ocean View Home In Pebble Beach”-
If you’ve always wanted to live in Pebble Beach (and have $14,500,000 to spend), Dana Bambace And Mark Peterson have the home for you.
“Penthouse where Gump’s president lived is for sale in San Francisco”-
Richard Gump sold the residence, which sits in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, in 1991. He retired from Gump’s — the luxury department store founded in San Francisco in 1861 — in 1975.
“What 2.4 million buys you in California”-
For $2.4 million, this 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2,682 square foot home at 55 Forbes Avenue, San Anselmo can be yours.
“In 1949, this Bay Area home passed Maybeck’s exacting standards. Now it could be yours for $1.5 million.”-
113 Purdue Avenue, Kensington was once owned by legendary architect Bernard Maybeck and has been in one family since it broke ground in 1947.
“What $925,000 buys you in California”-
For $925,000, this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 797 square foot unit at 201 Harrison Street #209, San Francisco can be yours.
“Ornate Manor House Channels ‘Downton Abbey’ in California’s Bay Area”-
The ornate manor house located in Piedmont, California is headed to the market later this March for $13 million.
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“What $2 Million Buys You in California”-
With an asking price of nearly $2 million, 609 Canon Drive in Kensington is a set-back Craftsman with sprawling rooms and gardens.
“Burlington CEO Michael O’Sullivan lists lavish California estate for $12.75M”-
Featured in the New York Post! Burlington CEO Michael O’Sullivan has listed his Piedmont mansion for $12.75 million.
“What $1.3 Million Buys You in California”-
80 Rossi Avenue, San Francisco might have been listed for $1.3 million, but it ended up selling for just under $5 million.