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November 3, 2009

Walk Score Winners: $700,000-$800,000

Here’s another trio of properties that have high Walk Scores. Today, we check out Noe Valley, Lower Pacific Heights, and the Mission.

23rd
3884 23rd Street
Condo
Noe Valley
List Price: $775,000
2BR/1.25BA
1042 sq ft
HOAs: $240.98
1-car pkg
Walk Score: 88
This top-floor condo on 23rd at Sanchez was on the market in October at $825,000, but the sellers just changed agents and reduced the price to $775,000. You’re a block from the 24th Street retail area, and only a short walk to Dolores Park and the Valencia corridor.

steiner
1880 Steiner, # 210
Condo
Lower Pacific Heights
List Price: $775,000
2BR/2BA
983 sq ft
HOAs: $454.75
1-car pkg
Walk Score: 98
They’ve managed to pack two bedrooms and two bathrooms into less than 1,000 square feet. But you’ve got a small balcony, parking, and a phenomenal walking location a block from the Fillmore retail corridor. The building was constructed in 1999, so you don’t get a ton of charm, but the floorplan works and there’s also a gas-burning fireplace—and a gas range.

25bartlett
25 Bartlett #2
Condo
The Mission
List Price: $749,000
2BR/2BA
1266 sq ft
HOAs: $275
1-car parking
Walk Score: 98
If you want to be in the heart of the Mission and all its restaurants, bars, shops and public transportation, you can’t get much closer than over at 25 Bartlett.The floorplan works, and the unit is in good condition. The current owners paid $813,500 in September 2005 for the property, so there’s a bit of compromise in the current asking price. There are only three units in the building, and the HOA dues are very reasonable.

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