San Francisco Real Estate
Jay Jeffers recently designed three of the 23 penthouses of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Lake Tahoe. The homes range from $1,250,000 to $4,500,000 in price.
The second highest price paid in the United States for a single family home is this Woodside estate, which recently sold for $117,500,000, reports SFLuxe.com
These are views to live for from 807 Francisco Street in San Francisco’s Russian Hill.
Located at 2724 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, this beautiful 1894 Queen Anne mansion has gone on the market with an asking price of $30 million.
The historic landmark Feusier Octagon House is on the market for $4.5 Million.
Rarely available opportunity to own one of the largest houses and lots in Jordan Park.
This fantastic single family Pacific Heights home has breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay.
Tucked behind a brick wall & wrought iron gates, the ultimate in elegance and casual living is yours.
Sophisticated New York Style home perfect for Empty Nesters, Coop Alternative (without annoying neighbors) or second home.
This extensively renovated Belvedere home by noted architect Aleck Wilson was featured in California Home and Design Magazine.
Beautiful six bedrooms, five-baths spacious Colonial home with Bay views located in prestigious Hillsborough!
Custom remodeled home with beautiful, distinctive details! This Sea Cliff home sits on a corner lot with gardens surrounding.
This residence at the Four Seasons Residences has recently gone on the market featuring dazzling views.
A Bay Area landmark, the Tobin Clark Estate, has hit the market. Located in Hillsborough, California, the luxurious mansion with a rich historical significance has been listed for $29 million.
The chic penthouse that was showcased at the SOMA Grand ShowRise event in 2010, and has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, has recently been put on the market for just under $2 million.
On the market for $20 million in the affluent San Francisco, California neighborhood of Pacific Heights is a historical mansion by renowned Bay Area architect Julius E. Krafft.