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September 10, 2018

What You Can Buy That Has a Pool

San Francisco weather doesn’t easily lend itself to taking a dip in the pool. I mean, this isn’t L.A., and the fog tends to keep us pretty cool. However, properties periodically come on the market with pools.

And I don’t mean just the condos in South Beach in large complexes like The Brannan and The Towers. I mean the pools that pop up in smaller, unique properties. I found some condos and houses that fall into this category. So let’s dive in:

1478 12th Avenue
Inner Sunset

4BR/3BA condo

Of all the neighborhoods in San Francisco, the Inner Sunset is probably the last one I’d think of for an outdoor pool. Nonetheless, 1478 12th Avenue has a deeded yard with a heated lap pool. This unit and the other one in the building at 1480 12th Avenue ($1,628,000) hit the market at the start of 2018 with slightly higher prices, so the lap pool hasn’t convinced anyone to pay what the seller wants just yet. But the location is pretty convenient and you just might want to jump in after you go for your run in nearby Golden Gate Park. Listing courtesy of West & Praszker]

165 28th Avenue
Sea Cliff

5BR/3.5BA house

The pool at 165 28th Avenue has a nice setting on a large lot in Sea Cliff. Along with the lovely grounds, you also get an adjacent pool house. If you suddenly want to feel sand beneath your toes, take a short walk to nearby Baker Beach.Listing courtesy of Hill & Co.]

2760 Sacramento #3
Pacific Heights

2BR/1BA condo

The condo at 2760 Sacramento #3 is actually already in contract, but I thought I’d profile it here, anyway. This is a unit in a seven-unit property on Sacramento at Pierce. So you have an excellent location and a landscaped garden with that pool. Listing courtesy of Vanguard Properties]

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