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Pros: This five-bedroom single-family home with an attached in-law unit at 1464 Kansas Street is a steal at just under $1 million. It has quintessential bay windows and an updated kitchen with a stainless-steel island and separate pantry. Bonus: There’s a sun porch and a fenced-in yard, so the kids and Fido can run freely.
Cons: The dark mahogany mantel in the dining room feels dated, and the A-frame ceilings in the top-floor bedrooms make for awkward wall space.
Pros: The building at 2389 Filbert Street dates back to 1907, and this two-bedroom, two-bath condo retains its charming period details and original hardwood floors. There’s a wood-burning fireplace and built-in bookcases in the living room, plus an enormous basement-level storage unit that can be used as an office or man cave.
Cons: The kitchen doesn’t have state-of-the-art appliances and the cabinets look a little cheap.
Pros: Light pours into this three-bedroom penthouse with an open floor plan at 1045 Diamond Street. Take in stunning city views of the Mission, Bay, Sutro Tower and Bernal Hill through double-paned windows and enjoy a remodeled kitchen with granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances and a Bosch dishwasher.
Cons: There’s only one bathroom, but preliminary plans are available for the addition of a second--at your cost, of course.
Pros: The sleek two-bedroom, two-bath condo at 807 Columbus Avenue is a modern masterpiece in historic North Beach. Here, it’s all about the amenities and outdoor space. Think recessed gallery lighting, radiant heat, a chef’s kitchen with Carrara marble countertops and a gas range with a hood. Plus, there’s a private patio and a huge shared roof deck (with a hot tub) for entertaining.
Cons: It’s located right on the bustling and touristy Columbus Avenue.
Pros: This super-hip two-bedroom, two-bath condo at 2145 California Street is a perfect live-work environment for anyone who works from home. One of the bedrooms features a cozy loft, which would make a great open office. A large picture window in the dining area looks out onto a beautifully manicured shared garden.
Cons: The long, narrow space is a tad claustrophobic.
Pros: This two-bedroom, two-bath home at 1556 Jones Street is on the market for just over a mil. Not only does the unit boast views of the Bay Bridge and Transamerica Pyramid from a private balcony, but it also comes with access to an epic shared roof deck. Plus, there are quartz countertops, fancy Fisher & Paykel appliances and one-car parking. And did we mention the bonus room with a separate entrance and its own private bath?
Cons: The bonus room might result in too many houseguests.
Not so much of a news flash: San Francisco is insanely expensive. And it seems like the only ones buying real estate these days are the techies getting off the Google bus.
So we set out on a little experiment. We took a ballpark price of $1 million to see what that buys around town. Turns out there’s no shortage of gorgeous homes. Just have at least $1 million in cash and be prepared to bid three times the asking price.
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