Welcome to Paul’s Picks, a weekly segment where I showcase some the best deals on the market here in the Peninsula. From single-family homes and condos to 2-4 units and large apartments complexes even vacant lots, I closely and constantly monitor a wide arrange of product types seeking out the top values. If you would like to discuss a property in more detail or find out about other properties that may fit your needs better please give me a call at (650) 348-2020.
Paul’s Pick #1 – 626 Peralta Avenue – San Francisco (Call for more details)
My first pick this week is 626 Peralta Avenue in one of San Francisco’s honest neighborhoods, Bernal Heights. Nested on a quiet street near the top of the hill, this contemporary style duplex has been recently updated and will be delivered vacant at the close of Escrow, making it a great opportunity for either an owner occupier or an investor looking to capitalize on immediate market rate rents. It’s listed now for just under a million and three fifty and it’s been on the market now for about two and a half months. So if you’ve been watching my posts, you know a better deal can be negotiated.
Paul’s Pick #2 – 101 San Anselmo Avenue – San Bruno (Call for more details)
My second pick this week is 101 San Anselmo Avenue in San Bruno. This charming two-bedroom two-bathroom bungalow is situated on the southern border of Millbrae and is perfect for first-time home buyers given its price point, condition, and the fact that it falls in the Millbrae elementary school district. It was just listed this past week and is currently the lowest-priced home in San Bruno, by far the best value so you know it won’t last.
Paul’s Pick #3 – 321 Georgetown Avenue – San Mateo (Call for more details)
For my final pick this week I have chosen our very own listing at 321 Georgetown Avenue in San Mateo. This gorgeous 4-bedroom 3-bathroom Spanish-style home is truly a work of art, and reminds me of just why I love ??-state here in the peninsula so much. From it’s defining turret, housing and eloquent spiral staircase, to all the molding and broad ironwork, highlighting the attention to detail and craftsmanship of a bygone era, this home has perfectly maintained its 1920s integrity. Whether you’re looking to buy or not, it doesn’t matter. This home needs to be experienced in person, so please check us out for our first open-house this Sunday between two and four.