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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week. BAY AREA— We've mapped the 18 Bay Area homes with the highest property taxes, which include Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's Woodside estate, Charles Schwab's Woodside home, Yammer founder David Sacks abode on Billionaire's Row here in San Francisco, and Salesforce founder Marc Benioff's house on Pacific Avenue in Pacific Heights.
TELEGRAPH HILL— A sprawling estate high atop Telegraph Hill has just landed on the market asking $16M. It has a feature we've never seen marketed before: its very own Tesla charging station.
UPPER HAIGHT— A very goth Victorian owned by a famous albeit secret musician just sold for $2.35M. The photos are ridiculous.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS— Another day, another abode selling for more than a million over its asking price. This particular one sold for more than 81 percent over asking.
MID-MARKET— The Wilson at 973 Market Street is readying for its close-up. While pricing for the 67 apartments hasn't been confirmed, we do have tons of floor plans for your viewing pleasure.
BAYVIEW— The historic Quinn house is a local landmark, and it has just hit the market for the first time in 35 years.