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The Ten Most Expensive Residential Properties to Come onto the Market in the Past Seven Days

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This week we're changing up our usual routine of picking a specific neighborhood and listing the ten least expensive properties for sale. This time, we'll be listing the ten most expensive properties to hit the market in the past 7 days. Of the 41 properties to be listed in the past week, the ten most expensive range from $879k to $2.6M, which is less wiggle room than we'd anticipated. Let's get this party started!

10) 2337 16th Avenue, Inner Parkside
Asking price: $879,000
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,730 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $508
The skinny: This is a "handsome Mediterranean home on a prime block." We're seriously digging all the gorgeous architectural details in the living and dining rooms. The backyard's a great size and could be developed into something really marvelous. This property's been on the market 5 days.

9) 382 Texas Street, Potrero Hill
Asking price: $969,000
Size: 3-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,560 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $621
The skinny: Located in the heart of the North Slope, this has has views from almost every level. Unfortunately there aren't any interior photos, but the listing tells of a living room with a wood burning fireplace, formal dining room that opens to a large deck, and "good-sized closets." It's been on the market 6 days.

8) 1561 16th Avenue, Inner Sunset
Asking price: $1,098,000
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,200 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $499
The skinny: This 1940s home has been tastefully updated to meet today's modern standards. We're especially loving the spacious deck that has views galore of the Sunset District and Pacific ocean. What we're not loving is that glossy black tiled bathroom with bronze plumbing and wooden cabinets. This home's been on the market 3 days.

7) 247 Lake Street, Lake
Asking price: $1,098,000
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, unlisted square foot condo
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: Unfortunately the photos for this property are small and blurry, so we can't tell you too much about the interiors. The listing tells us that there's a "stained glass window & fireplace and original fireplace mantel in the living Rm." The kitchen's been remodeled. It's been on the market 3 days. Monthly HOA dues are $390 and there's no mention of parking.

6) 66 Parker Avenue, Laurel Heights
Asking price: $1,329,000
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 2,050 square foot condo
Price per square foot: $648
The skinny: This spacious condo's entirely too obsessed with beige. Beige walls, beige kitchen, beige bathrooms. Beige, beige, beige. That's an easy fix though. This is a full-floor condo. There's 1-car parking in the garage and the HOA dues are to be set by two owners." It's been on the market 5 days.

5) Unit 6A at 2200 Pacific Avenue, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $1,375,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath condo with unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: There is a rooftop pool, people. A rooftop pool. There aren't any photos of the interior of the condo but there is a rooftop pool. HOA dues are a mind-numbing $1,106 and there's 1-car parking in the garage. It's been on the market 7 days.

4) 375 Pacheco Street, Forest Hill
Asking price: $1,375,000
Size: 3-bed, 1.5-bath, 2,260 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $608
The skinny: Situated on a wide and deep lot, this Spanish-style home was originally constructed in 1925 and has retained most of its architectural charm. We're really digging the spacious kitchen, especially the CaesarStone countertops. It's been on the market 1 day.

3) 655 27th Street, Noe Valley
Asking price: $1,729,000
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath, single-family home with unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: Why, it was just a few hours ago that we told you about this big abode. Head over this way to read our full post on the listing.

2) #3 at 3320 California Street, Presidio Heights
Asking price: $1,826,000
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,583 square foot condo
Price per square foot: $707
The skinny: Highlights: lovely Southern outlooks (especially from the deck), 2-car parking, and a WalkScore of 100. Monthly HOA dues are $585 and it's been on the market 3 days.

1) Unit 30B at 188 Minna Street, Yerba Buena (or SoMa if you're a traditionalist)
Asking price: $2,600,000
Size: 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,742 square foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,493
The skinny: This unit at the St. Regis has one of the largest corner living rooms in the entire building, so there's that. Monthly HOA dues are $2,203 and cover every amenity you could possibly need (although most cost extra to use- like the Remede Spa). There's 1-car parking in the garage if you want to shell out an additional $225 per month. It's been on the market 2 days.

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