“A Midcentury With Japanese-Style Gardens Lists for $1.4M in the San Francisco Bay Area”-
205 Lake Drive in Kensington infuses a midcentury structure with a Japanese-influenced design – inside and out.
“A 1930s Petaluma Cottage, Listed for $1.3 Million, Blends Old and New”-
509 Melvin is an English cottage-style home from the 1930s which is on the market for $1,295,000.
“San Francisco Victorian that survived 1906 quake asks $4.6M”-
Presidio Heights’ 331 Arguello withstood the Great Earthquake of 1906. The hundred-plus-year-old home is now for sale, asking $4.595 million.
“What $2 Million Buys You in California, Illinois and Kentucky”-
Wondering what you can get for $2 Million in California, Illinois, and Kentucky? 815 Grand Street, Alameda is one option.
“What you can get for $900,000 in California”-
Wondering what you can get for $900,000 in Oakland? 958 39th Street in the Longfellow neighborhood is one option.
“For the first time in half a century, preserved Berkeley Hills mid-century on the market”-
For the first time in half a century, 1404 Summit Road, Berkeley, a preserved Berkeley Hills mid-century, is on the market
“What you can get for $2.3 million in California”-
For $2.3 million in California, you can purchase this mid-century home located at 10 Hilferd Way, Danville.
“Modeled after a Japanese palace, Berkeley hilltop home with Bay views for sale: $3.5M “-
Japanese palace? No, it’s just 14 Maybeck Twin Drive – touted as one of the 5 most iconic homes in all of Berkeley!
3 Record-Breaking Homes We Shot This Year-
Check out 3 homes we shot this year that shattered records across the Bay Area.
“The San Francisco mansion once owned by Nicolas Cage is finally pending sale”-
Nicolas Cage once owned this San Francisco mansion located in Russian Hill. After many years, the home is finally pending sale.
“What You Get for $1.3 million in California”-
Wondering what you can get for $1,300,000? Check out 24 Fairview Avenue in Piedmont.
“What You Get for $1.5 million in California”-
Wondering what you can get for $1,500,000? Check out 219-223 Clayton Street, Unit 221 in San Francisco.