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Six Months Later: Did these Pads in the Outer Richmond Sell?

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.

Of course some of them did, but for how much? Over? Under? Asking? See our original post on the ten cheapest pieces of property for sale in the Outer Richmond here. All the details about the sales are below.

10) 726 33rd Avenue
Asking price: $699,000
Sold for: $680,000
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath, unlisted square footage
The skinny: With its close proximity to Golden Gate Park, we thought this Marina-style flat would sell for at least asking. Not only did it sell for less than asking, but it also took 4 months to finally solidify a buyer.

9) 774 33rd Avenue
Asking price: $699,000
Sold for: $700,000
Size: 3-bed, 1-bath, 1,170-square-feet
The skinny: One thousand dollars over asking! This single-family home clocks in a little under 1,200 sq. ft. so we're not surprised that it sold for around asking. The home went into contract about two weeks after being listed and it sold a month later.

8) 699 36th Avenue, #408
Asking price: $688,000
Sold for: It didn't!
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 1,639-square-feet
The skinny: We're not entirely sure what the deal is with this condo. It's been listed and delisted over a dozen times since January of 2009, but never once has it gone into contract. Its last sold price is $361,500 in 1997.

7) 775 45th Avenue
Asking price: $669,000
Sold for: $663,000
Size: 3-bed, 1-bath, 1,575-square-feet
The skinny: This single-family home on 45th Avenue went pending twice before it finally sold in June for $663,000.

6) 674 37th Avenue
Asking price: $649,888
Sold for: $731,500!
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,225-square-feet
The skinny: First listed in early May and sold just over a month later, we knew this single-family home would sell for above asking because underwent some remodeling (kitchen and bathrooms) to bring it up to today's modern standards. Being so close to Golden Gate Park probably helped as well.

5) 772 47th Avenue
Asking price: $629,000
Sold for: $718,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 1,475-square-feet
The skinny: Almost one hundred thousand bucks over asking for this single-family home. The home's 1,475 sq. ft. and sits on a 3,000 sq. ft. lot, so there's potential there for expansion.

4) 855 La Playa Street, #262
Asking price: $559,000
Sold for: It didn't!
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 885-square-feet
The skinny: Listed on April 23 for $569,000 and delisted without a reported sale on May 17. We wonder why this condo described as "the most breathtaking" made such a brief appearance on the market.

3) 825 La Playa Street, #121
Asking price: $519,000
Sold for: It didn't!
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,184-square-feet
The skinny: Another condo with no reported sale. Listed on April 26 for $540,000, it dropped its price in June and then was delisted in late July. We love this condo because of its close proximity to Ocean Beach.

2) 554 46th Avenue
Asking price: $499,000
Sold for: It didn't!
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 830-square-feet
The skinny: And yet another delisted property! We were particularly swoon-y about this property, as it's a fun albeit small cottage. It's only accessible via cobblestone path, high on Sutro Hill.

1) 750 Great Hwy, #2
Asking price: $349,000
Sold for: $349,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 554-square-feet
The skinny: This condo was first listed in February with an asking price of $369,000. In April it brought its price down to $349,000 and quickly went into contract. It sold for asking in late June.