We’re a little behind on our sales update posts, so this week we’re giving you only the biggest sales from the past few weeks, including a house in Twin Peaks, a multi-unit building in Corona Heights, condos at 170 Off Third and The Towers in South Beach, lofts at South End Lofts and Harbor Lofts in South Beach, lofts at Millwheel South and 2011 Third Street in the Dogpatch/Central Waterfront, and a condo at One Rincon Hill. At the end is a quick mention and a link for each sale we didn’t focus on.

Clarendon Heights

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61 Twin Peaks Boulevard is this week’s showcase sale, a stunning view home in Clarendon Heights that sold for just over asking at $2.55 million. Sold by Steve Mi, the 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home features modern design, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and panoramic views from every level in a central location near the intersection of Cole Valley, Clarendon Heights, and Corona Heights.

Corona Heights

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George Langford and Eugene Pak sold last week’s highest-priced property, a 4-unit building in Corona Heights at 4489 17th Street. Sold for slightly over asking at $2.06 million, the building includes a remodeled 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom owner’s unit and three additional 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom flats with expansive southern and eastern views. The solid, well-maintained building includes over $180,000 in improvements, low common area expenses, and a four-car garage with laundry machines to add to the building’s monthly income.

South Beach

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At 170 Off Third in South Beach, Kristen Stuecher sold 170 King St. #511 (aka 177 Townsend St. #511) for $1.175 million. The 2 bedroom plus office, 2 bathroom corner unit has only one shared wall and unobstructed cityscape, water, and ballpark views along with access to some of the best building amenities in San Francisco and a premiere South Beach location across from AT&T Park.

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The next largest South Beach sale was a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo at The Towers: 88 King #424, sold by Sherry Juneja for $1.125 million. With 1,140 sq. ft. of living space, large windows, and a balcony, the condo has a split floor plan with separated bedrooms and bathrooms for privacy. The Towers is a resort-style condominium building also across the street from AT&T Park. Amenities include a heated outdoor pool and spa and a sun deck with a barbecue, fireplace, and heat lamps. There is also a private fitness center, business center, conference room, and owners’ entertainment room complete with a full kitchen.

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Gabriel Rojas sold 1 Clarence Place #4, a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom live/work loft in the South End Lofts building, for slightly under asking at $1.025 million. The dramatic Tribeca-style loft is accessed via a cobbled stone mews drive, where a gatehouse heralds the entrance to One Clarence Place at the South End Lofts. South End Lofts is a tranquil loft community built by the Martin Building Company in 1997 and situated within a premier South Beach location within walking distance to AT&T Park, The Embarcadero, and the San Francisco Caltrain station.

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A 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom loft at Harbor Lofts in South Beach sold for $799,000, listed by Dirk Kinley. The live/work loft, 400 Spear St. #118, features an open floor plan, original brick and timber, and kitchen and bathroom upgrades. MBH Architects remodeled the historic 1857 Hathaway Warehouse building into 46 live/work lofts in 1996; homes in the Harbor Lofts are arranged around a two-story green courtyard. This loft community is in an ideal South Beach location, one block from the Embarcadero and walking distance to the ferry plaza and AT&T Park.

Central Waterfront

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Sold for $1.13 million by Matt Woebcke, 1301 Indiana St. #103 is a sleek modern condo at Millwheel South in the Dogpatch/Central Waterfront. The stunning 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home has high-end finishes, white oak wide plank flooring, a chef’s gas stove, quartz counters, designer tile, and two soaking bathtubs, plus that ultimate luxury: 2-car parking. Millwheel South is a premiere building in the heart of San Francisco and a commuter’s dream location close to the Third Street light rail and the 22nd Street Caltrain station.

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With a unique split-level floor plan and expansive walls, 2011 3rd St. #4 is a 1 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom live/work loft with 2 private decks. Danielle Lazier represented the seller and Alexander Lurie represented the buyer of the 1,285 sq. ft. loft, which sold for $809,000. 2011 Third Street was built in 1997 as one of San Francisco’s original live/work loft projects and is located in the heart of the buzzing Central Waterfront/Dogpatch neighborhood.

Rincon Hill

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Matt Finley continues to dominate the resale market at One Rincon Hill, with his latest sale being 425 1st St. #2008. The 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo on the 20th  floor sold for $933,000 and features brand-new hardwood floors, a glass-walled balcony, and direct views of the Bay Bridge, water, and Oakland hills. One Rincon Hill is a late-modernist style high-rise condo tower with ultra-luxury amenities at the top of Rincon Hill next to South Beach and the Financial District.

Bernal Heights

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199 Tiffany #403 is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo in Bernal Heights that sold for $875,000.

Presidio Heights

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360 Locust #5 is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom TIC in Presidio Heights that sold for $695,000.

Sea Cliff

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2619 Lake Street is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom TIC in Sea Cliff that sold for $800,000.

Duboce Triangle

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221 Noe St. #7 is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom TIC in Duboce Triangle that sold for $680,000.

South San Francisco

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717 Circle Court is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom single-family home in South San Francisco that sold for $610,000.

Fremont

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38623 Cherry Lane #196  is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom single-family home in Fremont that sold for $325,000.

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