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February 27, 2017

Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million

Inspired by one of my favorite New York Times real estate features, I thought I would highlight six recent San Francisco sales around the $1M price point—a popular one in the city right now. This is a great way to see what you can expect to pay for future similar homes, as these sales will be good reference points in the months ahead.

Outer Parkside
1929 48th Avenue

2BR/1BA, 1,130 sq ft
11 days on the market
List price: $799,000
Sale price: $1,076,000 (cash)
Classic floor plan with two bedrooms at the rear, eat-in kitchen and bonus room/bath on garage level. Blank canvas of a yard. One block to the beach.

Westwood Park
89 Westwood Drive

2BR/1BA, 1,150 sq ft
17 days on the market
List price: $875,000
Sale price: $1,040,000
Early-1900s detached bungalow with remodeled kitchen and bath, deck and garden. Garage in need of extensive repair. A short walk to the heart of the Ocean Avenue retail corridor that includes Whole Foods, library and restaurants. Easy freeway and Muni access.

Bernal Heights
478 Anderson

2BR/2BA, 1,155 sq ft
11 days on the market
List price: $799,000
Sale price: $1,080,000
Fixer in good neighborhood location, near the Cortland Avenue retail area. This house needed extensive work, from the foundation to the roof and everything in between.

Corona Heights
75 Roosevelt Way #2

2BR/2BA, 864 sq ft
8 days on the market
List price: $825,000
Sale price: $955,000
Very cute condo with downtown views in a fun walking location near parks, the Castro and Cole Valley. They managed to squeeze two bathrooms into the floor plan, and the second bedroom with a sliding door was adjacent to the living room. One-car garage parking included, HOA dues $350/month.

Mission Bay
325 Berry #717 (Park Terrace)

1BR/1BA, 714 sq ft
8 days on the market
List price: $879,000
Sale price: $960,000 (cash)
Top floor unit with kitchen open to living/dining areas flowing to private balcony overlooking landscaped courtyard and Mission Bay Channel. Bedroom with walk-in closet, plus in-unit laundry and one-car parking. 110 units in the building. HOA dues $537.58/month. Location of choice for busy city dwellers who need Caltrain and freeway access, Ferry Building shops and restaurants, ballpark and future Warriors arena.

627A York Street

2BR/1BA, 1,074 sq ft
47 days on the market
List price: $899,000
Sale price: $1,045,000
Lower condo of a two-unit building. Nice-sized kitchen, shared garden. No parking. HOA dues $500/month. Fall out your door and into a myriad of restaurants and businesses, from the new Tartine Manufactory to The Morris and Gus’s Community Market. Roughly a 20-minute walk to BART, and easy freeway access.

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