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September 9, 2009

What You Can Buy for $1M

It’s always a crap shoot when it comes to surveying what’s available across a certain price point, given the individual nature of San Francisco’s many neighborhoods. This time around, we take a look at three single-family homes listed between $995-$999,000.

First off, we have 1383 8th Avenue, between Irving and Judah in the Inner Sunset:

1383_8th Last sold in April 2004 for $999,000, this 3BR/1.5BA home offers 1800 square feet and two-car parking. There’s also a remodeled kitchen and lovely garden.

Now over to Noe Valley, where 1514 Diamond has just come on the market:

1514diamondThis mid-century baby at Duncan Street features 2BR/1BA across 1,050 square feet. The kitchen is also remodeled, and the garage is huge, accommodating three cars. (This is because no one created an unwarranted room down, which knocks out parking.) You get city views from the living/dining areas, and the rear patio.

We complete our trio with 933 Wisconsin in Potrero Hill:

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This home was last sold in June 2005 for $985,000 and was built in 1923. There are 3BRs/2BAs all on the same level, a remodeled kitchen, and a bonus room with a full bath down. One-car parking and a killer garden round out the mix. Biggest drawback to this property is that it’s just down the road from the housing projects.

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