Diamond Heights (San Francisco, CA)
By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
A favorite activity of ours when the evening daylight is long is to walk for a couple of hours in various neighborhoods in San Francisco. One such evening walk took us up Billy Goat Hill and along neighborhood streets before we headed back down to Noe Valley and dinner.I was quite charmed by this little house and gnarly tree -- don't you want to make up some amazing stories set here?Both of my parents were good story tellers, and I expect they would have come up with some lovely adventure tales set here.
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By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Congratulations to my clients, who just sold their charming condo in the Diamond Heights neighborhood of San Francisco! My clients purchased the unit about 3 years ago for their daughter, who was a single gal living in San Francisco. Now that she's married to a great guy, has a brand new baby and is living 100 miles away, they were ready to sell and move on with the next phase of their lives.Since the sellers live at quite a distance, I coordinated all of the property preparation, including cleaning, coordinating new carpeting installation, new paint, handyman projects and staging. In the end, the unit looked cozy and inviting and it did not require my clients to have to worry about traveling back and forth to make sure the property was ready. In the end, my sellers were able to success...
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By Kate Fomina, Your most creative Realtor in Alameda and SF
(Princeton Real Estate)
Attention buyers who are fed up with bidding wars! This is for you! This 2bd/2bath condo is not on the MLS! We are looking for that special buyer who loves a tranquil ambiance but doesn't want to leave the city. Who loves an open floor plan; enjoys relaxing, quiet evenings on a private patio; & takes pleasure in luxurious amenities like a Jacuzzi/spa, heated pool and a gym. You can have all of this, while living just 20 minutes from downtown San Francisco. The price for this dream-like lifestyle is $850,000. Want to rent it out? No problem! With crazy rent prices this condo can break even with 20% down. No bidding wars, no competitions with other buyers and no stress. All you need to do, is just pick up your phone a call us today, and you can move in immediately after close of escrow. I...
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By Michael Ackerman, CRS, Top Producer, 24+ Years Experience!
(Vanguard Properties)
Diamond Heights Village - 215 Red Rock Way - 307J, San Francisco, CA 94131   $379,000 SNEAK PREVIEW - SUNDAY 5/27 2-4 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Top Floor Corner End Unit  1 Bedroom 1  Remodeled Bathroom Updated Kitchen Gas Range Beam Ceilings Gas Fireplace 1-Car Deeded Parking 744 Sq Ft per Tax Records HOA fees:  $437/ Month Includes: Spa, Gym and Year 'Round Heated Pool Rare top floor corner end unit with Sutro Tower views features an updated gas kitchen, remodeled bathroom, beamed ceilings and a gas fireplace.  Ready to move-in and central to everything.  You'll fall in love with the walk-in closet, enjoy the convenience of deeded parking, on-premises laundry and walking distance to shopping, banking and post office.  Centrally located in Diamond Heights Village, amenities include:  heated...
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By Andrew Bates
(Bates Real Estate Group Inc)
   The Glen Park neighborhood is nestled between Twin Peaks to the north and Noe Valley and Castro districts to the east. Located in the middle part of the city it is easy to travel to other parts of the city by car or public transportation. Muni's 35 Eureka and 52 Excelsior connect to the Muni Metro System; the 35 goes to Castro Street Station and the 52 goes to Forest Hill Station. Additionally the 52 connects to the Bay Area Rapid Transit District at the Glen Park Bart Station.The Glen Park neighborhood was the San Francisco Planning and Urban Association's first project. A plan to beautify and populate land on the hills of San Francisco to be developed with the topography of the area was undertaken. A major developer of the area was Eichler Homes. Eichler had architect Claude Oaklan...
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