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The Ten Least Expensive Properties for Sale in Lower Pac Heights

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It's been about ten months since we checked out the cheapest real estate in Lower Pacific Heights. Last time the most expensive on the list was a 4-bed, 2-bath condo asking $1,199,000 and the cheapest in all of the neighborhood was a TIC studio asking $239,000. This time around everything's more expensive, and only one listing made it into our prestigious Under 500K Club. It's a studio. As always, all homes listed are up for grabs, meaning we didn't include any listing that has a sale that's currently pending. Boundaries are above and are set by the realtors. WIthout further ado, the ten least expensive properties for sale in Lower Pac Heights.

10) 2098 Pine Street
Asking price: $1,739,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.75-bath, 3,796 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $458
The skinny: This is a newly renovated, house-like penthouse. The penthouse is a duplex that takes up the top two floors of the building. 80% of the rooms face tree-lined Buchanan Street. It's been on the market 46 days.

9) 2761 Pine Street
Asking price: $1,299,000
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,668 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $487
The skinny: Broker babble tells us that "this grand old house is just waiting to be reborn!" What that means is that it likely needs to be restored or renovated. We can't tell much from the blurry and dark interior photos, but it seems to have held on to some of its architectural charm from the early 1900s. This home's been on the market 3 days.

8) 3 Cottage Row
Asking price: $1,295,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,410 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $918
The skinny: Live life on historic Cottage Row! This single-family home recently underwent a total remodel. We're talking gourmet kitchen, marble baths, the works. It's been on the market 52 days.

7) 1901 California Street, #10
Asking price: $1,285,000
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 2,300 sq. ft. co-op
Price per square foot: $559
The skinny: Bright and airy, this top floor flat is. Circa 1919, this is an elegant co-op apartment from a "by-gone era." It has city views looking south. We'd be lying if we said we didn't think this apartment was absolutely gorgeous. The design's timeless. That said, it's a co-op, so you'll have to partake in a new owner interview before you can write a check. There's also no pets or renting. Monthly HOA dues are $1,385. It's been on the market 41 days.

6) 2610 Post Street
Asking price: $1,195,000
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,748 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $684
The skinny: This is a brand new building (built just this year) that's just steps to Laurel Village. The condo's a duplex. The common areas are open (see to the right). The lower level houses the "grand master suite" and features "dramatic glass closet doors + spa-llike bathroom." Monthly HOA dues are $330 and it's been on the market for 24 days.

5) 2541 California Street, #1
Asking price: $995,000
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This is a tenancy in common. The buying process for tenancies in common is different from a normal condo or townhouse sale. Make sure your agent knows the ins and outs of them. Monthly HOA dues are $467 and it's been on the market 4 days.

4) 2724 Pine Street
Asking price: $979,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,355 sq. ft.
Price per square foot: $723
The skinny: This is a condo that was extensively remodeled with luxury finishes. It also has managed to keep a good amount of its original architectural detailing, which is nice since the house was built in 1890. Monthly HOA dues aren't listed and it's been on the market 2 days.

3) 2577-2579 Post Street, Unit 1/2
Asking price: $749,000
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 1,500 sq. ft.
Price per square foot: $499
The skinny: This is a ground floor TIC in a 3-unit building. Property highlights include two jacuzzi tubs, Bosch appliances, and french doors off the living room that open to a spaced backyard with a new deck and slate tile patio. Monthly HOA dues are $500 and there's no mention of parking.

2) 2470 Bush Street, Unit A
Asking price: $549,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This is a TIC in a 6-unit building. The kitchen and bathroom have been updated. It's a beautiful unit, but TIC properties can be tricky. Make sure you educate yourself about them before you consider making an offer. Monthly HOA dues are a low $150 and the property's been on the market 3 days.

1) 1905 Laguna Street, #207
Asking price: $399,000
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath, 535 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $746
The skinny: This is "tastefully remodeled studio" that we think is perfect for the right person or a particularly tidy couple. The remodeled kitchen includes an eat-in area and has marble counters and fancy appliances. There's two car deeded garage and a shared roof deck. Monthly HOA dues are $350 and this property's been on the market 5 days.