Asking price $950,000 New Listing – Mid century Bernal Heights home offering a classic floor plan with open living and dining, two spacious bedrooms, vintage kitchen and bath, plus expansion potential, large garage and a sunny back yard. Main level features period details such as terrazzo …
Asking price $1,099,000 Sold for $1,502,000 – A lovely home thoughtfully remodeled using seamless design to combine Victorian with modern in a way that is both comfortable and chic. Main level has large living room, remodeled bathroom, gourmet kitchen and sun filled dining room that opens up …
Asking price $1,099,000 Sold for $1,500,000 – Be the new owner of this gorgeous Bernal Heights home that has been in the same family and lovingly maintained for 100 years! Classic floor plan offers elegant living and formal dining rooms, large eat-in kitchen, three bedrooms and …
So glad we went with Bernal Hill Realty! When selling our house, we deliberated and looked at some of the more ‘slick’ agencies, but we decided to go local … like same-block local … and it paid off big time.
From the start, Kristin was no-nonsense, specific, and knowledgable, especially about the Bernal Real Estate micro-climate. We told her our vision for the house, she told us how to get there and laid out the steps along the way, including providing excellent contacts to do work and painting where required. She also navigated us through several potentially momentous decisions regarding timing of the sale and offers. And though Kristin was our main contact, Mary Ann was always helpful and available.
Thanks so much for the expert guidance. We couldn’t be happier with the result!
James and Julie Continue reading “What Clients Say”
The New York Times finds our urban village idyllic, but expensive, in this neighborhood profile. We were asked to chime in:
Kristin Hofso, an owner of Bernal Hill Realty in Bernal Heights, acknowledged that the community has grown more affluent, with the average price of a single-family house rising from $800,000 in 2012 to just under $1.4 million this year.
“But it’s remained progressive, racially diverse, with some vibrant artists and many independent businesses,” she said. In her experience, newcomers seek out those aspects before any particular property. “I’ve sold real estate here for 25 years,” she said, “and almost all the buyers who come to us say, ‘We want to live in Bernal.’ ”