Most expensive San Francisco homes sold in 2015
February 12, 2016
The number of luxury homes on the market in San Francisco "hit all-time highs in October, " according to data from Paragon Real Estate. That means luxury homes became a "buyer's market," but that doesn't mean there were too many bargains to be had. In fact, plenty of staggeringly large sales closed in 2015.
In May, a Pacific Heights mansion sold for an eye-popping $31 million, making it the biggest single-family home sale of the year. (That's more than double the amount paid for a 30,200-square-foot Tendernob building at 750 O'Farrell St. in December.)
Almost all of the most expensive single-family homes sold last year are concentrated in Pacific Heights, with the exception of 80 McLaren, which is located in Sea Cliff. Excluding the mansion sale, the most expensive homes sold in 2015 ranged from $17.1 million to $11.5 million in price.
And, if you're curious about who's throwing around this kind of cash, tough luck: most of the buyers' and sellers' identities are hidden behind shell companies and family trusts.
1: 2701 Broadway - $31 Million
2: 2780 Broadway -$17.1 Million
3: 2950 Vallejo St.- $16.76 Million
4: 2950 Pacific Ave. - $16 million
5: 3385 Jackson St. - $13.5 million
6: 2900 Vallejo St. - $12.5 million
7: 3015 Pacific Ave. - $12 million
8: 2939 Vallejo St. - $12 million
9: 80 McLaren Ave. - $11.575 million
10: 2010 Jackson St. - $11.5 million