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Which Top Tier Residence Is the Better Deal?

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Both of these abodes are seriously swoonable. One's a sophisticated view home on a highly coveted block. The other's a modern entertainment home that recently underwent a very contemporary remodel. Both are close to $3M. Dear readers, please take to the comments to let us know your thoughts, and don't forget to cast your vote at the end of the post! In one corner we have 332 Cumberland, a 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,500 square foot home in Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights. Its asking price is $2,995,000. In the other corner is 752 27th Street in Noe Valley, a 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,463 square foot home. Asking price is $2,895,000.
332 Cumberland

Pros: This property's got a lovely Arts and Crafts facade that is very inviting. We're really loving the lush foliage out front, too. Also included are views galore, which you can take them in via one of the many private decks. There's a lower level room that's currently set up for a gym. The property's super central, and is a mere block from Dolores Park. Cons: It's $362 more per square foot than the other property, even though it's got less bedrooms, bathrooms and square footage. The backyard leaves something to be desired.

752 27th Street

Pros: At $836 per square, it's not only significantly less expensive than the above abode, but it's also lower than the neighborhood's average price per square foot. The obvious pro here is that you're getting more bedrooms, bathrooms and square footage for a little less money. The home recently underwent a significant remodel by Topetcher Architecture, and they didn't fall to impress with the sleek contemporary interiors. The backyard is spectacular. Have a dog? The Douglass Dog Park is half a block away. Cons: The location's desirable, but not as desirable as 332 Cumberland's. The extremely contemporary interiors might put off some buyers.

Poll results

· 332 Cumberland Street [Redfin]
· 752 27th Street [Redfin]