Climb Real Estate sold properties all over San Francisco in the last week, including houses in the Inner Richmond and Inner Parkside and condos at The Infinity in South Beach, The Beacon in Mission Bay, Shipley Square in Yerba Buena, and a Victorian in Potrero Hill. They also sold a loft in SOMA near Mid-Market.

Inner Richmond

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594 10th Avenue is this week’s showcase sale, a Grand Craftsman in the Inner Richmond with incredible modern updates, 7 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms. Sold for $2,650,000 by Michael Minson and Danielle Lazier, the home also includes an expansive formal dining room and living room, a grand foyer and staircase, a media room, a library, a tea room, a wine cellar, a tasting room, a putting green, and parking for two cars. The unfinished attic offers expansion potential for another master suite, artist’s studio, au pair quarters, or a private retreat.

The Inner Richmond location features an 86 Walk Score, 77 Transit Score, and 93 Bike Score. Golden Gate Park is only one block away, and a farmer’s market is at 4th Avenue and Geary. The home is two blocks from Clement Street and its vibrant mix of ethnic dining, pubs and karaoke bars. The drive downtown is 30 minutes and the Golden Gate Bridge is 6 minutes away.

Inner Parkside

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Michelle Balog and Paul Andreini sold 2667 18th Avenue for $1,750,000. The 3 bedroom plus family room, 3 bathroom tri-level home features Pacific Ocean views and over 2,900 square feet of living space. Unique features include a dramatic floating staircase, a state-of-the-art sauna with infrared light, and an ultramodern kitchen with striking contemporary cabinetry. Outdoor space includes a large walkout view deck off the living room, a sheltered center patio, and a second deck overlooking the backyard. Located in the Inner Parkside enclave, the home is nestled between the beloved Sigmund Stern Recreation Grove and West Portal, which offers fine dining, boutiques, spas, and quick and easy access to downtown San Francisco via Muni.

South Beach

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Infinity superstar Mark Choey’s latest sale is The Infinity: 301 Main St. #27A, a 2 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom, 1,163 sq. ft. condo sold for $1,550,000. With panoramic city views, the unit’s upgrades include a custom glass bar over the granite countertops, custom closet organizers, track lighting, mirrored closet doors, bathroom vanity/sink upgrades, and window coverings. Designed by the world-renowned joint architecture team of Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Architectonica and Heller Manus, the Infinity complex is located in South Beach next to the Embarcadero waterfront. Luxury amenities include a 5,000 square foot fitness center, 75 foot long indoor pool, club lounge with a catering kitchen and bar, private movie theater, business center, and more. The high-rise towers’ signature all-glass exterior and round undulating facade makes it one of the most recognizable buildings in San Francisco. Situated one block away from the Embarcadero waterfront, the Infinity residences are close to the Financial District, Ferry Building, and top-rated restaurants, as well as all major transportation options.

South Beach is a popular area for new developments right now; the second tower of One Rincon Hill is leasing fast, 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 Lumina at 201 Folsom is under construction and expected to open in 2015 (listed by Polaris Pacific).

Currently for sale in South Beach:

Mission Bay

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250 King St. #718 is a corner 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo at The Beacon in Mission Bay, sold by Ana Rubke and Edie Narrido for $1,050,000. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony overlook the courtyard and swimming pool. The condo also features laminate wood floors, a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and custom cabinetry, a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, a second bedroom and guest bathroom, and an in-unit laundry closet. The Beacon is all about location. Across the street from AT&T Park, The Beacon is in close proximity to the farmers’ markets at the Ferry building, UCSF campus, South Beach Harbor, SF MOMA, Yerba Buena Gardens, and countless restaurants and bars. With Caltrain and Muni across the street, easy access to the Bay Bridge and 280 and 101 freeways, and BART nearby, the Beacon is well-connected to the greater Bay Area. Common area features and amenities include a 25-yard outdoor heated pool, 2 spas, a fitness center with a sauna, a private dog park, a club house including a catering kitchen and a 50-inch plasma TV, and a 24 hour-attended lobby. The Beacon is located across Mission Creek and a few blocks away from Arden, Mission Bay’s newest condominium development, which is selling fast (represented by The Mark Company).

Currently for sale in Mission Bay:

Potrero Hill

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1273 Rhode Island Street is a recently condo-converted Victorian flat in Potrero Hill. Sold by Kendra Wall for $850,000, the condo has 2 bedrooms, a den, 2 full bathrooms, period wainscoting, high ceilings, original pocket doors, hardwood flooring, and large windows. There is also a sunny west-facing brick patio area at the front of the home. The kitchen features a quaint vintage O’Keefe and Merritt gas stove, and butcher block counter tops add to the old-world charm of the space. Located in highly desirable Potrero Hill, 1273 Rhode Island Street is minutes to downtown or to the freeways toward Silicon Valley and close to 18th Street shops and restaurants such as Aperto, Christopher Books, Plow, Sunflower, and Farley’s. It’s also just a stone’s throw from the up-and-coming 24th Street/Inner Mission area of San Francisco and seven blocks from Potrero Hill’s newest development, Onyx, which is selling now in Phase 1 (listed by Paragon Real Estate).

Currently for sale in Potrero Hill:

Yerba Buena

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821 Folsom St. #111 is a courtyard-facing 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo at Shipley Square, sold for $720,000. Mark Choey represented the seller and Lorine Haynes represented the buyer. Great for entertaining, the large and open U-shaped gourmet kitchen was designed with sleek granite counters and stainless steel GE appliances. Situated in the sought-after Yerba Buena district of SOMA on Folsom Street at 4th Street, Shipley Square is a 78-unit mid-rise boutique building constructed in 2004 with a European-influenced central landscaped courtyard, a top floor downtown view deck, and bicycle racks in the garage. Shipley Square is conveniently located near many of San Francisco’s top destinations, including popular restaurants, museums, hotels, and shopping. The upcoming Central Subway will have a stop across the street, and the new Mosso development (rentals) is less than a block away.

Currently for sale in Yerba Buena:

SOMA

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960 Natoma St. #4 is a 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom live/work loft in the heart of SOMA and the booming Mid-Market tech corridor. Sold by Mark Choey for $711,000, the 904 sq. ft. top floor loft has a skylight and partial views of the city. It also features a unique triangular mezzanine that projects over the kitchen and includes a vanity and built-in wardrobe closet. 960 Natoma is a 4-unit loft building constructed in 1994 and situated between Howard and Mission and 10th and 11th Streets. The building has a shared roof deck with panoramic city views and is located near many of San Francisco’s premiere destinations, including top restaurants, plentiful night-life options, transportation, and tech companies. The area is currently being transformed by new developments, including a new 14-story condominium tower at 1415 Mission Street designed by Heller Manus (listing agency TBD).

Condos and lofts for sale in SOMA:

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