We published 289 posts on California Home in 2014. We know you’re busy and you may have missed one or two of them, so we compiled a list of our most read posts from last year. Some of our top posts will be of no surprise while others just might make you want to take a second look.

Here are the most read California Home blog posts for 2014:

Meg Ryan’s Former San Francisco Queen Anne Victorian Listed For Sale by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
The home has also been used as a location for a feature film and a television pilot, as well as in catalogs for Pottery Barn and Design within Reach.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills Lists Palazzo di Amore for $195 Million
The most expensive listing in the United States was bound to garner some attention.

Bay Area Tops National Luxury Market Rankings in New Survey
Beverly Hills 90210 step aside. The next hit TV series could be called “Woodside 94062.”

Dramatic Inventory Shortages Driving Bay Area Home Prices Higher
The February 18 SF Bay Market Watch column discussed the dramatic shortage of homes for sale all around the Bay.

CAR Forecasts Modest Rise in Home Sales and Prices in 2015
The October 10 Market Watch discussed a new report by the California Association of REALTORS® (CAR).

Vote in the 1st Ever Coldwell Banker #HomeRocks Award
During January 26’s Grammys on CBS, Coldwell Banker debuted a one minute commercial special that showcases why #HomeRocks.

Limited Inventory Continues to Impact Bay Area Home Sales and Prices
Limited inventory was the story of the September 29 Market Watch (and year)

How To: Feng Shui Your Home
Some great tricks for improving your feng shui and bringing elements of the Year of the Wooden Horse into your home.

California Eats: Where is the Best Clam Chowder in the Golden State?
A creamy, comfort-y soup tour through California.

Bay Area Homes Selling Faster Than Anywhere in the Country
The October 24 Market Watch examined how homes were selling here compared to the other hot spots around the country, such as Austin, Texas, Seattle, and Los Angeles.

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