How much would it cost to live Painted Ladies-adjacent? On one hand, we're talking the most famous image of San Francisco. On the other, among other downers, Bay to Breakers rumbles through this quadrant every year, leaving in its wake a trail of unmitigated destruction. That, of course, can be a plus, too. So let's set the parameters for this week's PriceSpotter. A 2-bed, 1-bath condo on the southeast corner of Alamo Square, built in 1979, of mysterious square footage. Common roof deck, 1-car parking, and all the Painted Ladies you can possibly stomach on a daily basis. Guess below!