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The Roller Coaster That is Noe Valley Residential Real Estate

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Each week Curbed brings you the ten cheapest abodes in a particular neighborhood. But what happens after? Almost all sell quickly, but for how much? Above or below asking? In a new column we're calling Curbed Checks In, we'll be revisiting our lists to see if the homes we've written about have sold, and for how much.

It was almost six months ago that we visited Noe Valley, one of San Francisco's most sought-after neighborhoods to buy residential real estate in. Let's check in to see how much the abodes we listed sold for.

10) 3957 22nd Street
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath; 2,121-square-feet
Asking price: $1,295,000
Sold for: $1,295,000

9) 255 Chattanooga Street
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath; 1,575-square-feet
Asking price: $1,245,000
Sold for: $1,525,000

8) 5027 Diamond Heights Boulevard
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath; 2,173-square-feet
Asking price: $1,099,000
Sold for: $1,000,000

7) 160-162 28th Street
Size: 1,317-square-feet
Asking price: $1,099,000
Sold for: $1,088,000

6) 1650 Dolores Street
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath; 1,601-square-feet
Asking price: $979,000
Sold for: $1,040,000

5) 655 27th Street
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; unlisted
Asking price: $949,000
Sold for: $955,000

4) 1258 Noe Street
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath; 1,267-square-feet
Asking price: $879,000
Sold for: $927,000

3) 1164 Church Street
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; 1,722-square-feet
Asking price: $848,900
Sold for: $1,200,000

2) 538 28th Street
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 954-square-feet
Asking price: $599,950
Sold for: $622,500

1) 4625 25th Street
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; unlisted square footage
Asking price: $559,000
Sold for: $539,000