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January 11, 2011

What You Can Buy for $800,000

The under-$1M price range is the most popular in San Francisco, so we’re taking a look today at what you can purchase at the $800,000 level:

2600 18th Street #20
Inner Mission


2600 18th St #20 is a very spacious, tri-level loft with Twin Peaks views. There are two master suites, and easy access to the common roof deck. HOA dues are $412/mo and there are 24 units in the building. You’re within walking distance of cafes and restaurants, and the Potrero Safeway is a few blocks away.

1522 9th Avenue
Inner Sunset


1522 9th Avenue is a good example of the level of house you’re likely to get at this price point in the Inner Sunset. This two-story Edwardian needs some updating, but it’s perfectly liveable as is. There’s a formal dining room on the main level, and four bedrooms are upstairs (with only one bath; therein lies part of the reason for a good update). Muni and the Irving Street corridor are three blocks north, and one more block will lead you in to Golden Gate Park. There’s a low ($3500) termite report on file.

1182 Greenwich
Russian Hill


1182 Greenwich is located in prime Russian Hill. The condo features 2BR/2BA, and parking is leased for $300 two blocks away. The property is on the first floor of a four-unit building and has been somewhat hiply remodeled (not resembling what you’d expect in a 1906-era building). HOA dues are $300/mo.

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