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The 10 Least Expensive Properties For Sale in Lower Pacific Heights

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Today we'll be taking a look at the cheapest residential real estate in Lower Pacific Heights. All the homes listed are up for grabs, meaning we didn't include any listing that has a sale that's currently pending. We also didn't include listings at The Carlisle (1450 Post Street) because it's a retirement home, which requires that its residents be a certain age. We're sharing listings between California Street and Geary Boulevard and Presidio Avenue and Gough Street. Without further ado, Lower Pac Height's 10 cheapest abodes.

10) 1655 Baker Street
Asking price: $1,199,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath; 2,563-square-feet
Price per square foot: $468
The skinny: This condo was first listed back in early April of 2011 with an asking price of $1,489,000. It's received several price reductions since, and its latest asking price is $1,199,000. At $468 per square, this unit's $51 bucks per square cheaper than the neighborhood average. Monthly HOA dues are $377 and there's 1-car (tandem) parking.

9) 3053 California Street
Asking price: $1,195,000
Size: 3-bed, 3.5-bath; 2,142-square-feet
Price per square foot: $558
The skinny: This full-floor contemporary flat is a TIC in a 5-unit building. Since it recently underwent an extensive renovation, it features all the latest bells and whistles you could ever ask for, including dual flush toilets and a 48" Bertazzoni range.

8) 2609 Post Street
Asking price: $898,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: The first single-family home to make it onto the list! We don't usually do this, but we highly suggest you click the link to check out the gallery of this place, it's truly beautiful. This quintessential Victorian Italianate home was built in 1895. The garage fits one car and has interior access.

7) 2630 Sutter Street
Asking price: $850,000
Size: It's a fourplex (you'd be buying a 4-unit building)
Price per square foot: $310
The skinny: Broker babble states that "opportunity knocks for right investor/contractor. 4-unit REO fixer in Lower Pacific Heights. 3 x 1-BR plus studio. Total 3-car parking plus a large storage area in garage. Private lender has foreclosed on property." Of the four units, only one is vacant. The total amount of rent the three units bring in a month is $1,025.

6) 2727 Sutter Street
Asking price: $829,000
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath; 1,550-square-feet
Price per square foot: $535
The skinny: This flat's a TIC in a 3-unit building. It's been on the market a little over 2 months. Monthly HOA dues are unlisted and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

5) 1405 1/2 Lyon Street
Asking price: $769,000
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath; 1,250-square-feet
Price per square foot: $615
The skinny: This newly listed top floor condo will be having an open house this Sunday from 2 to 4PM. It's a beautifully restored 1880's Victorian. Monthly HOA dues are $350 and there's no mention of parking.

4) 2737 Bush Street
Asking price: $569,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; 1,100-square-feet
Price per square foot: $517
The skinny: Tis TIC is in a 6-unit building that has "been rebuilt from the studs, w/ all new systems, double-paned windows." Fun fact: the listing states that there's a "FREE Smart Car w/ parking space!" Monthly HOA dues are $406. The shared backyard is glorious.

3) 2628 Sutter Street
Asking price: $525,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; 975-square-feet
Price per square foot: $538
The skinny: The listing doesn't give up a lot of info on this condo. It's a bottom level unit with high ceilings and period details. Oh, and it's a short sale. It has monthly HOA dues but the amount isn't listed. No word on parking but from the photo we don't think it comes with a spot.

2) 1730 Broderick Street
Asking price: $429,000
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath; 652-square-feet
Price per square foot: $658
The skinny: This is a sunny and bright top floor studio in a well-maintained Edwardian building. It's also the first listing on this list to make it into our prestigious Under 500K Club. While it is technically a studio, there's a nice custom-built sleeping alcove, so it's not like your queen bed will be in the center of the only room of your condo. Monthly HOA dues are $250 and there's no parking.

1) 2162 Pine Street
Asking price: $239,000
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath; unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This studio is a TIC in a 6-unit building. The location has a walk score of 100! From the listing we learn that "5% down fractional loans available for qualified buyers. No evictions. No Ellis Act. HOA dues include property taxes." Monthly HOA dues are $519.38 and there's no parking.