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PriceSpotter Reveal: Low Balling at 1834 Golden Gate Avenue

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PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from an apartment listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Wednesday reveal. And hey, cheaters never win, and winners never cheat!

In only a couple short years, NoPa has gone from laughable real estate buzz word to Divisadero restaurant, to fully accepted, desirable neighborhood complete with its own "halo effect," as one reader put it. It looks like that halo effect has yet to reach this week's PriceSpotter, a four bedroom, 2.25 bath, 2,012 square foot top-floor unit at 1834 Golden Gate Avenue. If your guesses are any sign, we've got another deal on our hands here— most of you stayed in the lower-million range, with the highest clocking in at $1.425 million and the lowest at $900,000. Actual listing price? $989,000. A Castro Condo or a Town in Kansas takes home this week's prize with a guess of $999,999.99. As for that ".25" bath— readers reached no true consensus, but we're thinking bidet.
· 1834 Golden Gate Ave [MLS]
· PriceSpotter: Top Down at Golden Gate Avenue [Curbed SF]