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The Five Least Expensive Properties For Sale in Presidio Heights

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This week we're heading to the land of fancy schmancy and extremely expensive. There are currently 14 homes for sale in Presidio Heights; the least expensive is just under $1M and the most expensive is $25M. (That would be the 3800 Washington estate that comes with 3810 Washington and 125 Maple.) Here now, the five least expensive homes for sale in Presidio Heights, one of San Francisco's swankiest neighborhoods. Onwards!

5) 3935 Washington Street
Asking price: $4,150,000
Size: 5-bed, 5.5-bath, 4,700-square-feet
Price per square foot: $883
The skinny: This home's been on the market three days. It last sold in 1988 for $1,200,000. One of the obvious advantages to living in Presidio Heights is the neighborhood's close proximity to the Presidio, a 1,500 acre national park that you can frolic in as much as you'd like. Property highlights include two bathrooms in the master suite and a chef's kitchen.

4) 3878 Jackson Street
Asking price: $3,895,000
Size: 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 4,609-square-feet
Price per square foot: $845
The skinny: This home has had two stints back on the market since it last sold in 1999 for $2,100,000. It made an appearance in 2008 and 2010, although asking prices at this time are unknown. It reappeared in early May of this year asking $3,999,000, but has since reduced that price by $104,000. It has "expansive & volumes public rooms w/ 12' ceilings." It also had a "major rehab & addition in mid 90s w/ most systems modernized. Few cosmetic changes may be desire to suit current trends."

3) 3561 Sacramento Street
Asking price: $3,595,000
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 3,218-square-feet
Price per square foot: $1,117
The skinny: This home's been on the market for 46 days. There's a 1-bed, 1-bath pied-à-terre somewhere in the property, and is "perfect for home office, guest apartment or au pair quarters." We're a tad bit confused by the listing, but we're under the impression that this is a free standing residence that's part of a 4-unit condo project. Monthly HOA dues are not listed, there's 1-car parking in the garage.

2) 166 Arguello Boulevard
Asking price: $3,050,000
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This unit's been on and off the market since October, 2011. It last sold in 2006 for $2,360,000. It was originally built by the Newsom & Newsom architectural firm. The lower floor has a separate entrance and "possible one bedroom with bath, family room, kitchenette, a spectacular wine cellar and patio leading to a lush landscaped garden." We don't know if that means there's an incredibly swankily inlaw apartment on the lower floor or if it's just bad space planning.

1) 3332 Clay Street
Asking price: $985,000
Size: 2-bed, 1.25-bath, 1,430-square-feet
Price per square foot: $689
The skinny: This is a TIC in a 7-unit building. The unit received extensive updates that include a chef's kitchen, bathroom remodel, recessed lighting and more. We think the remodel went a little nuts with the the trendy stuff, but hey, removing that Baroque wallpaper in the kitchen is an easy task. It's been on the market for 46 days.