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The 10 Least Expensive Properties For Sale in Pacific Heights

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Since the comings and goings of residential real estate significantly slows in December, this will be our last "10 Least Expensive Properties For Sale" in any given neighborhood post of the year. We've enjoyed searching the listings to bring you these weekly lists, and we hope you've enjoyed reading them. Have a neighborhood you'd like us to highlight in 2012? Shoot us an email or let us know in the comments. Onwards!

Today we'll be zeroing in o properties in Pacific Heights. Per realtor standards, the neighborhood's boundaries are Union and California Streets and Van Ness Avenue and Presidio Avenue/Lyon Street. Without further ado, Pacific Height's ten cheapest on the market abodes.

10) 2880 Jackson
Asking Price: $649,000
Square Feet: Unlisted
Price Per Square Foot: Unlisted
The Skinny: This 3-bed, 1-bath apartment's listing is a bit wonky. No square footage or apartment number listed and only an exterior photo. The building's a co-op, so you'll need full board approval before you can write a check for the place. Parking's not included and there are quarterly HOA does of $1,200.

9) 2121 Laguna, #2
Asking Price: $619,000
Square Feet: 650
Price Per Square Foot: $825
The Skinny: Listed in October and less than a month later its sale is already pending. This 1-bed, 1-bath condo's price per square foot is twenty bucks below the neighborhood average, which is a real deal if you consider its location. The condo faces Lafayette Park. Not a terrible front yard to have. There's 1-car parking in the garage and monthly HOA dues are $554.

8) 2295 Vallejo, #103
Asking Price: $615,000
Square Feet: 765
Price Per Square Foot: $804
The Skinny: This 1-bed, 1-bath ground floor condo offers up views of both the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay Bridge. The condo recently underwent a renovation that included installing hardwood floors in areas of the main room and updating the kitchen's appliances. The unit's directly across the hall from the club room, sauna and gym. There's 1-car parking and monthly HOA dues are $423.50.

7) 1701 Jackson, #302
Asking Price: $569,000
Square Feet: 743
Price Per Square Foot: $766
The Skinny: This building was built in 2001, so it's only ten years old. This 1-bed, 1-bath unit has "$25,000 in upgrades!" We're talking cherry cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, etc. There's also a private balcony. There's 1-car parking in the garage and monthly HOA dues are $586.73.

6) 2359 Jackson, #4
Asking Price: $564,000
Square Feet: Unlisted
Price Per Square Foot: Unlisted
The Skinny: This is the first Victorian to make it onto Pacific Height's list. And hey, it was built in 1895 so we're talking some good pedigree. As expected, this 1-bed, 1-bath condo has high ceilings and period details. The shared backyard has a brick terrace with lemon trees. Monthly HOA dues are $353.

5) 2051 Scott, #401
Asking Price: $550,000
Square Feet: 748
Price Per Square Foot: $735
The Skinny: We're seriously swooning over this top floor corner unit. It's a 1-bed, 1-bath condo that has a huge dining room, complete with bay windows. Monthly HOA dues are a low $250 and parking isn't included.

4) 2121 Laguna, #4
Asking Price: $539,000
Square Feet: 640
Price Per Square Foot: $842
The Skinny: This 1-bed, 1-bath condo has some upgrades like walnut flooring, stone countertops, plantation shutters and Japanese sliding shades. We should point out that Lafayette Park is directly across the street. Monthly HOA dues are $518.55 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

3) 2839 Pierce, #1
Asking Price: $539,000
Square Feet: 720
Price Per Square Foot: $746
The Skinny: This 1-bed, 1-bath unit has been on the market since April of 2010. Chop after chop, not a single offer. Until November, that is. Its sale is currently pending. Monthly HOA dues are an extremely low $190.66 and there's 1-car parking.

2) 1177 California, #830
Asking Price: $448,000
Square Feet: 656
Price Per Square Foot: $683
The Skinny: Finally, a member of the Under 500K Club makes it onto the list. This is also the first appearance of a studio. Located in the Gramercy Towers, this junior condo has access to all the building's amenities, including a heated indoor pool and 24-hour doorman. Monthly HOA dues are a mind-blowing $830.10 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

1) 1800 Washington, #314
Asking Price: $279,000
Square Feet: 476
Price Per Square Foot: $586
The Skinny: This studio condo has many strings attached. It's a below market rate unit. Meaning, you must be a 1st time homebuyer and income eligible. That means the maximum income one person can make is $104.400 and two people is $119,250. You must also have your homebuyer education certification/proof of class registration. Monthly HOA dues are 544.74 and there's 2-car parking in the garage.