Climb Real Estate sold properties at several buildings in San Francisco in the last week, including condos in Pacific Heights, the Inner Mission, and at Madrone in Mission Bay. They also sold a house in Bernal Heights and lofts in SOMA and Mission Bay—and every single sale went for over the list price! Here’s the full list of sold properties plus nearby properties that are currently for sale.

Pacific Heights


The biggest sale of the week was Michelle Balog’s sale of 3230 Washington Street, a 3 bedroom plus bonus room, 2 bathroom condo in Pacific Heights. Sold for $2,010,000, it went for $415,000 over the list price! The condominium is in a 2-unit Edwardian building on a flat, tree-lined street close to the Presidio, the Lyon Street stairs, and four parks. The home features an open, modern kitchen, a formal entry foyer, a spacious living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room with boxed ceilings, a large private deck, and a lower level bonus space perfect for an office, home gym, wine cellar, or crafts.

Inner Mission


3471 19th Street also sold for well over the list price; listed at $1,195,000 by Todd Montgomery and Marcus Lee, it sold for $1,570,000. The 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Inner Mission condo is located at 19th and Valencia, in the heart of all the Mission’s best restaurants, shops, local markets, and parks. It features formal living and dining rooms with bay windows, a large chef’s kitchen, a rear deck, and a lower level master suite with a den/office area. The Mission is fairly popular for new developments right now; 3471 19th Street is nearby a 17-unit building at 3500 19th Street (listed by Vanguard) that broke sales records for the neighborhood. It’s also close to a 12-unit condo building under construction at 1050 Valencia Street and a 114-unit new development called Vida by Oyster Development that’s expected to open sales this summer (at 2558 Mission).

Properties for sale in the Inner Mission:

Bernal Heights


317 Crescent Avenue is a 3 bedroom plus office, 3 bathroom home in Bernal Heights that sold for almost 30% over the list price! Listed by Danielle Lazier for $995,000, the final sale price was $1,425,000. The single-family home features a low-maintenance backyard with an outdoor kitchen, a Kamado grill, bench seating, a dog run, a ceramic fountain, and a drip irrigation system. The location is walking distance to Bernal’s parks, playgrounds, shopping, restaurants, parks, a farmer’s market, and easy transit/commute options.

Homes for sale in Bernal Heights:



139 Welsh St. #2 is a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom live/work loft tucked away in a SOMA cul-de-sac just a few blocks from Caltrain, AT&T Park, and South Beach. Listed at $899,000, Melody Hultgren sold it for $990,000. The tri-level floor plan features a lower level with a separate entrance, its own full bathroom, and an acoustically sound door separating it from the upper levels, making it ideal for a home office or tenant. There are custom shelves lining one wall of the living room for storage or art display. 139 Welsh is less than a block from the new Central Subway, so will soon have even easier access to other parts of the city.

Lofts for sale in SOMA:

Condos for sale in SOMA:

Mission Bay


435 China Basin St. #214 is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condominium in the Madrone building in Mission Bay. With designer finishes, 11-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and a private balcony, the condo sold for $850,000–$55,000 over list price. Kevin Gueco and Mark Choey represented the seller. Madrone’s luxury amenities include an open-air sun deck, 75-foot heated lap pool, fun-sized jacuzzi spa, resort-style steam room and sauna, outdoor grill and terrace lounge, social dining room with a catering kitchen, game room with flatscreen TVs and billiards, private movie theater, state-of-the-art fitness studio, landscaped gardens and courtyard, attended lobby and hotel-style reception area. The neighborhood is surrounded by parks and open spaces, close to AT&T Park, Caltrain, and Muni.

50,000 square feet of retail are currently planned for the surrounding area, which already has 3,100 residential units plus another 1,000 units under construction. Madrone is located across Mission Creek from Mission Bay’s newest condominium development, Arden, which will open sales in May. Arden developer Nat Bosa also built Madrone and its sister building next door, Radiance, creating a mini-community of luxury condos.


Dirk Kinley sold two lofts at 175 Bluxome Street. Unit #107 is a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom “investor special” with a partially enclosed loft bedroom for separation of space. Listed at $679,000, it sold for $720,000.


Unit #101 at 175 Bluxome is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom corner unit that was listed for $599,000 and sold for $628,000. Huge windows on both walls allow exceptional natural light.

The lofts at 175 Bluxome cluster around a landscaped central courtyard. Amenities include a glass-enclosed elevator (which is a standout feature of the courtyard), a water feature, trash deposits on each floor, a security guard, on-site maintenance, and bicycle storage. But it’s really about the location: while technically in Mission Bay, the building is on the border of SOMA and South Beach, just steps from world-class restaurants including Bluxome Street Winery, Saison, Zuppa, Coco 500, and 25 Lusk; local favorites The Creamery, Philz Coffee, South Park, and AT&T Park; vibrant nightlife; and the conveniences of a Whole Foods, a gourmet Safeway, and the 4th Street Caltrain station.

Condos and lofts for sale in Mission Bay:

For more information about upcoming listings, new developments, and the current real estate market, contact an agent today.

Climb Real Estate provides this information to the public and our clients and does not guarantee its accuracy. Climb Real Estate does not necessarily represent the seller nor the marketing company in any way. For buyer representation, contact Climb or learn how to buy new developments.

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