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SOLD 1628-1630 Great Highway for $1,700,000 $105,000 Over Asking April 13, 2016
SOLD 1628-1630 Great Highway for $1,700,000 $105,000 Over Asking
We had a great outcome despite the pouring rain during every showing. Our client was so pleased that she decided to increase our commission!
Few times do opportunities like this one knock so loudly. 1628-1630 La Playa (Great Highway) appears to have once been a single family home, but the building records are inconclusive. One thing for certain is the space offers a unique flexibility that will appeal to many buyer profiles. Remodeled from the studs out in 2000 with a floor plan that’s as functional as it is fashionable; this vacant duplex offers opportunities few others do in San Francisco. Potentially partner perfect for TIC and condominium conversion; live in one unit and rent the other; use as a single-family home; the options are many for this unique and fabulous property.
The light-filled upper unit has two large bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a huge loft that could easily be another bedroom or entertainment space which flows out onto a massive roof deck overlooking the backyard and out to the Pacific. A large skylight over the living room floods the entire living area with natural light and there are ocean views from the loft through this skylight/window in the sloping roof facing the ocean. Watch the sunset each night from the balcony off the living room in the front of the home or the roof deck at the rear of the house while enjoying a beverage with your friends; indoor/outdoor California living at it’s finest on one of best surfing beaches in California.
The lower flat also offers two ample bedrooms, two full bathrooms, recessed lighting and an open floor plan that flows out into the large rear yard featuring a deck perfect for your next BBQ.
Walk two blocks to the south and up a couple east and you’ll find some of the finest pastries at the Devil’s Teeth Bakery, great Pizza at the Pizza Place and fun fashions at San Franpsycho. There’s too much good stuff going on out here to mention, so come on out and have a look at what’s been recognized as one of the hottest neighborhoods in the nation.
Todd Wiley and Kim Wiley
Richmond District Condo Sold for $1,325,000 33% Over Asking! April 12, 2016
Richmond District Condo Sold for $1,325,000 33% Over Asking! And surpassing our clients expectations by over $100,000!
This modern, sophisticated Richmond District condo is conveniently located in the heart of the Richmond District and within walking distance of shops, many great restaurants and transportation. The living and dining area boasts an open floor plan, fireplace, and an expansive bar which shares space with a beautifully appointed kitchen. The kitchen has stone counter-tops, stainless appliances, hardwood floors, custom cabinets and a deep stainless steel sink. Down the hallway leads to a bedroom and bath midway and a second bedroom at the end of the hall adjacent to the master bedroom with large private bath. From the master bedroom walk out the sliding door onto an expansive deck overlooking the yard.
Todd Wiley and Kim Wiley – San Francisco Real Estate Group
San Francisco Events Calendar 2016 April 9, 2016
Celebrate good times in the city. Enjoy the sights and sounds of San Francisco all year long with our San Francisco Events Calendar 2016. We are very lucky that year-round, in every part of our beautiful city, there’s always something fun to do.
More Happenings for your April 2016 Events Calendar:
April 14-20 San Francisco Green Film Festival: Environmental topics surrounding clean energy, green chemistry, food, housing, trash, water and art in the environment. Read more at: www.sfgreenfilmfest.org/
April 21-May 5th San Francisco International Film Festival an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation. Last year’s festival featured 263 screenings of 158 films from 51 countries. Read more at: www.sffs.org
April 22-May 1 Bay Area National Dance Week: Bay Area National Dance Week is expecting its biggest festival to date, with an anticipated 600-plus free events including classes, performances, open rehearsals, lecture demonstrations, and the return of the popular Kickoff Event on Friday, April 22 in Union Square at noon. Read more at: April 23rd Earth Day SF Street Fest: 24th Street between Mission and Bryant Streets.Multicultural entertainment, keynote speakers, earth friendly exhibitors, eco educational workshops, organic food and drink, kids zone and much more. Read more at: www.earthdaystreetfest.org
April 24th Opening Day on the Bay: Kick off sailing season on San Francisco Bay with a festive boat parade and the blessing of the fleet. Read more at: www.picya.org
April 27th-May 1st Art Market San Francisco: The Bay Area’s only contemporary and modern art fair, Art Market San Francisco welcomes more than 70 established galleries, as well as innovative newcomers from across the country presenting a significant selection of contemporary and modern works of art. Read more at: www.artmarketsf.com
April 28th-May 6th SFUSD Arts Festival: Asian Art Museum. The Asian Art Museum teams up with the San Francisco Unified School District to present a celebration of student creativity and arts education showcasing visual and performing arts by 11,500 students from 250 schools. Read more at: www.sfusdartsfestival.org
April 29th-May 1st New Living Expo: Each year more than 10,000 attendees flock to New Living Expo to learn, explore, and even be transformed by thought provoking speakers, stimulating workshops, and unique products and services that support wellness. Read more at: www.newlivingexpo.com
April 29th-May 1st San Francisco Boat Show: McCovey Cove and Pier 48 adjacent to AT&T Park. Showcasing hundreds of boats for sale on land and in water, plus dozens of exhibits featuring the latest marine accessories and gear; visitors will also have an opportunity to take boating lessons, try stand up paddle boarding and attend sailing seminars. Read more at: www.sfboatshow.com
April 30th-May 30th San Francisco Decorator Showcase: With more than 35 years of excellence in design and the decorative arts and 20,000 visitors annually, this event is nationally recognized as one of the premier showcase houses in the country. Read more at: www.decoratorshowcase.org
Kim Wiley, Todd Wiley, San Francisco Real Estate Group