Congratulations to Harry Clark! He is celebrating his 25-year anniversary with Zephyr Real Estate this summer and is based at our Upper Market office.
For the past 25 years, Harry Clark has successfully represented hundreds of buyers and sellers in San Francisco real estate transactions and received recognition as a Top Producer among Zephyr agents for 20 years. A graduate of Harvard University, he has more than three decades of experience in the design, development and sales of residential properties setting him up as a leading listing agent throughout his entire career.
Harry supports his peers at the Upper market office as an assistant manager and offers his services now as a part of Zephyr’s Top Producing Team in collaboration with Daniel Fernandez Acebo and Kira Mead at RealSFProperties.com. Harry’s personal dedication and commitment to professionalism is recognized by his peers in the real estate community and by his clients alike. His memberships throughout the industry and city include: Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate, San Francisco Heritage Foundation, San Francisco Association of Realtors, and Friends of Buena Vista Park.
We got to know Harry a little better when catching up with him about his Zephyr anniversary.
1. What neighborhood/city do you live in and why and what do you love best about it?
“I’ve lived on the hillsides surrounding Eureka Valley for more than 30 years. The east slope of Buena Vista Park and Corona Heights, the eastern blocks of the Liberty Hill historic district, the spectacular slopes above Dolores Park and the amazing ridge known as Collingwood Hill have all been my home. All of these spots offer easy access to amazing neighborhood parks, some of the best San Francisco cuisine, as well as one of the best microclimates in the City.”
2. In your spare time, do you have a favorite place to hang out in the Bay Area?
“I fell in love with the City and Bay Area for it’s amazing climate and dramatic landscapes. Biking has introduced me to some of my favorite Bay Area destinations. Few cities in the world can match the experience of a bike ride up Mt. Tamalpais or the Marin Headlands, or even a less strenuous Tiburon loop. These landscapes help me appreciate how lucky we are to live in this extraordinary place.”
3. If you could live anywhere else in the world outside of the Bay Area, where would it be and why?
“It would likely be southern Europe, perhaps Italy or Spain for their amazing cuisine and for the natural beauty of the landscape both urban and natural, and of course for the people!”
4. What is your favorite part of being a real estate agent?
“I enjoy the great diversity of property that San Francisco has to offer. I love using my background in both design and construction as I work with my clients, both buyers and sellers. I enjoy recognizing potential in property that may not be apparent to the untrained eye. And I enjoy helping my clients improve their properties to maximize value when they sell.”