Climb Real Estate sold properties at several buildings in the Bay Area in the last week, including condos in Mission Dolores, the Richmond, South Beach, and Oakland and a house in El Cerrito. Here’s the full list of sold properties plus nearby properties that are currently for sale.
69 Ramona Avenue is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom top floor Victorian condo in Mission Dolores. Features include a dining room, 2-car tandem parking, an office off the kitchen, and a garden patio. Listed at $1.195M by Danielle Lazier and Michael Minson, it sold for $1.425M, 16% over asking.
The home is located in Mission Dolores in the heart of the Mission/Castro area, close to the new Whole Foods on Market Street, Dolores Park, and Valencia Street. It’s just a few blocks from the Mid-Market new development corridor: 55 Laguna, 1998 Market, Linea, 35 Dolores, 2001 Market/38 Dolores, 2175 Market, Century (2200 Market), and 200 Dolores are all nearby. It’s far enough away to avoid the inconvenience of construction zones while taking advantage of the new neighborhood amenities that will follow, and property values will only go up with the new additions to the neighborhood.
437 25th Avenue #4 is a top floor bi-level condo in San Francisco’s Richmond District between Clement Street and Geary Boulevard. It is a 3 bedroom plus media room, 2 bathroom condo with a uniquely flexible floor plan, 3 different outdoor spaces, and 2-car tandem parking.
The main floor’s living and dining area has the feel of a high-rise condo floor plan, with an open flow for entertaining. A balcony is accessible from both the living room and front bedroom. Upstairs is a huge open room that makes a great media room, family room, or children’s play area. A large private terrace off this room has western views, and there’s also a shared backyard. Listed by Michelle Balog, the condo sold for $960,000.
Kristen Stuecher sold 177 Townsend St. #1124, a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom penthouse at 170 Off Third in South Beach for $649,000. It features an expanded and updated kitchen, courtyard views, and oversized windows across almost the whole width of the unit. Located across the street from AT&T Park, the condo building includes a two-story club room with a demonstration kitchen, a private movie theater, a fitness center, a 40′ heated lap pool, a hot tub, barbecue grills, and a rooftop deck with city views.
South Beach is a popular area for new developments right now; the second tower of One Rincon Hill (rentals) is almost complete, 45 Lansing (rentals) will be opening its first tower soon, 340 Fremont is about to start construction (expected completion late 2014, listing brokerage TBD), Park 181 at 181 Fremont is under construction (listed by The Mark Company, expected completion 2015), and Polaris Pacific, the listing agency for Lumina at 201 Folsom (next door to The Infinity) is actively touring potential buyers.
Currently for sale in South Beach:
- 310 Townsend St. #110, 3bd/2ba, $1,250,000, listed by Michelle Ye and Gertrude Villanueva
- The Infinity: 338 Spear St. #12C, 1bd/1ba, $849,000, listed by Mark Choey
- Portside II: 403 Main St. #716N, 1bd+den/1ba, $750,000, listed by Michelle Ye
- The Infinity: 333 Main St. #7H, studio/1ba, $699,000, listed by Mark Choey
- Bridgeview: 400 Beale St. #604, 1bd/1ba, $699,000, listed by Dirk Kinley
- 170 Off Third: 177 Townsend St. #831, jr. 1bd/1ba, $688,000, listed by Kristen Stuecher
- Baycrest: 201 Harrison St. #526, 1bd/1ba, $625,000, listed by Michelle Ye
- The Brannan: 229 Brannan St. #9E, 2bd/2ba, $1,299,000, listed by Michelle Balog (in contract)
- The Watermark: 501 Beale St. #15G, 2bd/2ba, $1,049,000, listed by Todd Montgomery and Marcus Lee (in contract)
- Baycrest: 201 Harrison St. #1026, 1bd/1ba, $639,000, listed by Mark Choey (in contract)
Harborwalk is Oakland’s newest development on the waterfront. Tom Watson just sold another unit in the building: 3090 Glascock St. #312, a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo for $295,000. At 1,023 sq. ft., the condo features a balcony off the living room and 2-car parking.
Harborwalk is located just across the Park Street Drawbridge from Alameda’s pedestrian-friendly streets and downtown shopping and dining. It’s also close to Oakland’s Coliseum, the historic Paramount Theater, and Fruitvale Station shopping and BART.
Oakland’s Waterfront District is a mixed use residential/industrial community with strong ties to the artist community. Harborwalk listing agent Tom Watson says, “Compared to the rest of Oakland, the Waterfront offers larger homes at lower prices. It’s a little-known gem of a community.” When asked if the rising prices at the Harborwalk condo project could be the first indicator of additional development, he replied, “Time will tell, but prices in the community have risen at least 11% since December 2013 and don’t seem to be slowing.”
Lofts and condos for sale in Oakland:
- 288 Third St. #501, 2bd/2ba, $649,000, listed by Melody Hultgren
- 288 Third St. #106, 2bd/2ba, $525,000, listed by Tom Watson
- Pacific Cannery Lofts: 1201 Pine St. #139, 2bd+den/2ba, $499,000, listed by Jessie Lee
- Harborwalk: 3090 Glascock St. #324, 4bd/3ba, $399,000, listed by Tom Watson (in contract)
- Harborwalk: 3090 Glascock St. #303, 2bd/2ba, $299,000, listed by Tom Watson (in contract)
- Harborwalk: 3090 Glascock St. #404, 2bd/2ba, $310,000, listed by Tom Watson (in contract)
- Harborwalk: 3090 Glascock St. #401, 2bd/2ba, $320,000, listed by Tom Watson (in contract)
7027 Central Avenue, a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in El Cerrito, sold for $588,000 (listed by Tom Watson). The home features a 2-car garage and a barbecue-friendly patio off the kitchen. Recent improvements include a custom €œmason jar€ chandelier, appliance upgrades, a redesigned fireplace in the living room, and additional free-standing closets in the master bedroom.
The house is 4 blocks from the El Cerrito Plaza BART station and less than a mile from the 80 and 580 freeways. The nearby El Cerrito Plaza offers abundant conveniences including a Trader Joe’s, a farmers’ market on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and a variety of shops and restaurants.
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