We decided to spice it up a bit this week and end our run of featuring a specific neighborhood for our top ten least expensive list. Instead, we've combed through all the listing to find you the 10 most expensive one-bedroom homes for sale in San Francisco. As always, we won't be including any sale that has a sale that's currently pending. Onwards!
10) Unit #603 at The Washington, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $835,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: The Washington at 1840 Washington is a brand spankin' new luxury condo building. The condo's being described as having "luxury finishes and timeless modern design." That means that there's fancy finishes like quartz Caesarstone countertops, Studio Becker Cabinets, Bosch stainless steel appliances, and maple hardwood flooring. Building highlights include a "stunning" view common roof terrace. Monthly HOA dues are $410 and there's 1-car parking. We should also point out that Brokerbabble tells us that it's "near Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Apple and LinkenIn shuttle stops."
9) Unit 17C at the Millennium Tower, Yerba Buena (SoMa)
Asking price: $849,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 833 square feet
Price per square foot: $1,019
The skinny: This unit had a brief appearance on the market in 2011. Like most fabulous and new residential towers, this one also has a "fabulous kitchen custom designed by Studio Becker." The monthly HOA dues are high but cover amenities like a 20,000 square foot club level, which features a wine cellar and fitness center. 1-car parking is included.
8) #302 at 2170 Vallejo Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $855,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 1,236 square feet
Price per square foot: $692
The skinny: Get your Art Deco fix on in Pacific Heights. This unit oozes elegances and glamour. The usual suspects are present: designer finishes, stainless steel appliances, etc. Monthly HOA dues are $692 and there's leased parking for $300.
7) Unit #608 at 2200 Sacramento Street, Pacific Heights
Asking price: $900,000
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath; 947 square feet
Price per square foot: $950
The skinny: Let's get this out of the way: the unit's currently rented. Condo highlights include a patio off the bedroom. There's an "elegant 16th floor club room." Monthly HOA dues are $784 and there's 1-car parking.
6) #454 at the Clocktower Building, South Beach
Asking price: $949,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 1,733 square feet
Price per square foot: $548
The skinny: This unit's being described as "wonderful, sexy and spacious," so there's that. This unit, like most others in the Clock Tower Loft, is rather industrial with its exposed brick and tall ceilings and big windows. Monthly HOA dues are $548 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.
5) 86 Stanton Street, Eureka Valley
Asking price: $985,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 435 square feet
Price per square foot: $2,264
The skinny: Before you freak out about the price per square foot let's clear something up. What you'd be purchasing is two buildable lots and one updated cottage. The cottage sits on "a little dell, down flagstone steps, with a terraced stone-paved front yard and grassy yard." Adorable! The cottage's been trick out and features Carrera marble countertops and a Pedini kitchen. There's talks of plans being available for a three story home on Stanton lot and a carriage house/three car parking lot on Yukon Street.
4) #104 at the Hubien Building, SoMa
Asking price: $998,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 1,701 square feet
Price per square foot: $587
The skinny: You get to brag a little bit with this unit because the Hublien Building was one of the first conversion loft buildings in San Francisco. It was designed by David Baker and features tall ceilings, concrete columns, and a room that could be an extra bedroom if you really needed one. Monthly HOA dues are $430 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.
3) #411 at The Glassworks, South Beach
Asking price: $1,095,000
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath; 1,461 square feet
Price per square foot: $749
The skinny: This is some serious contemporary living. It would also help if you were a Giants baseball fan, as AT&T Park is directly across the street from this building. A major pro and a major con, depending on who you're talking to. Monthly HOA dues are $675 and there's 1-car leased parking for $300.
2) #506 at 200 Brannan, South Beach
Asking price: $1,250,000
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath; unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This condo's being described as a "sophisticated Manhattan-style penthouse." Question: Do Manhattan-style penthouses usually have wall-to-wall mirrors in the bedroom? Because this unit does. Monthly HOA dues are $635 and there's 2-car parking in the garage.
1) #702 at the Clay-Jones, Nob Hill
Asking price: $1,785,000
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath; 1,115 square feet
Price per square foot: $1,601
The skinny: In 1929 local architect Benjamin P. Jones designed this building on one of Nob Hill's most sought-after blocks. The building also houses five star restaurant Keiko. Talk about convenience. Monthly HOA dues are $630 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.