Sunshine and not a cloud in the sky… yes, today was a gorgeous day to be out looking at properties. We stumbled upon quite a few nice ones on today’s tour. Eleven homes were rated with 4 stars and four were rated with 5 stars this week. There were two that we would award 6 stars if we could, but that would be breaking the rules. More on those later…
But before we get into star ratings, let’s hand out some awards. The View of the Week award goes to 66 Everson, located in Glen Park. Nothing else even came close. With one of the best perspectives of the City we’ve ever seen, 66 Everson literally made us say “holy crap” when we walked out onto the back patio. Unbelievable views. The photos just don’t do it justice, but here they are anyway:
66 Everson wins our View of the Week Award
And how about the Backyard of the Week Award? As tempting as it was to give it to 66 Everson for its wooded privacy, lush vegetation, and free-standing greenhouse, we decided to give it to 2209 Scott #1. The lower floor unit of a newly developed 2-unit building in Pacific Heights, 2209 Scott #1 has the kind of backyard that really shines on a day like today. A combination of patio and grass terrace, this place just begs for a bar-b-que. The building was developed by a good friend, so we know the craftsmanship is excellent.
2209 Scott #1 has a killer backyard
Tall trees towards the back of the property provide partial shade and privacy
Now, on to our ratings. And before we jump in, we have to tell you that we’ve added a new segment. In addition to the 4 and 5-star homes of the tour, we’ve included a new section called “Prime Potential”. These are homes that need a little updating (or a lot) but are located in fantastic areas. As with all our ratings, bear in mind we are not judging prices. We are judging what we believe to be good real estate in good locations. Click on the bold address for more info on any property. What is a “Tuesday Tour Show-Stopper?” Click HERE if you need to play catch-up.
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