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The Ten Least Expensive Properties For Sale on Russian Hill

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It's been about six months since we checked in with Russian Hill's most inexpensive residential real estate. Last time we visited the cheapest abode available was $608,000 and the most expensive (on a list of the ten least expensive in the neighborhood) was $1,395,000. All but one of the properties on that list have sold, and the only one that still remains is in contract. Now things are a bit different. You'll notice that this time around we've got some pretty pricey real estate, perhaps with the anticipation of some sailing lover handing over a big chunk of change for a great view of the upcoming America's Cup races. Who knows. To the right (click the map for a larger view), a view of the boundaries set by the realtors. Onwards!

10) 1110 Green Street
Asking price: $6,980,000
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath, unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This 5-level home was designed by San Francisco starchitect Stanley Saitowitz, King of Minimalist. From the listing we learn that this abode is "perfectly situated for spectacular upcoming America's Cup." Bingo! The home features an elevator and 2-car parking in the garage. You can read more about this home (and see more photos!) in our original post about it.

9) 1750 Taylor Street, #1003
Asking price: $5,250,000
Size: 2-bed, 3-bath, unlisted square footage
Monthly HOA dues: $3,430
The skinny: Look familiar? This co-op in the Royal Towers was recently featured on our list of San Francisco's most expensive two bedroom homes. This particular unit is a combination of the southeast and southwest corner units and takes up half the of the 10th floor. As expected, it has views galore.

8) 49 Florence Street
Asking price: $2,650,000
Size: 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,657-square-feet
Price per square foot: $1,599
The skinny: Yet another two bedroom to make it onto our list of the most expensive two bedrooms in San Francisco. This particular single-family home is situated on a cul-de-sac within the prestigious Summit of Russian Hill, home to a cluster of very fancy, expensive and exclusive homes.

7) 1080 Chestnut Street, #7B
Asking price: $1,090,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, unlisted square footage
Monthly HOA dues: $1,171
The skinny: This is a one bedroom apartment asking over a million bucks, and it doesn't even have a working fireplace (the one above is decorative). That said, we're digging the traditional and elegant design of the place, and we love that it's a full service building with a 24-hour doorman. 1-car parking is included.

6) 1184 Greenwich Street
Asking price: $939,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,315-square-feet
Price per square foot: $714
Monthly HOA dues: $300
The skinny: We feel like this condo in a 4-unit building is picturesque San Francisco. It's just off the cable car line and between two landscaped cul-de-sacs, and its interiors are packed with charm because of all the original details that have been maintained over the years. 1-car parking is available if you want to shell out an additional $350 per month.

5) 2511A Polk Street
Asking price: $869,000
Size: 2-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,131-square-feet
Price per square foot: $768
Monthly HOA dues: $367
The skinny: This condo on busy Polk Street has working fireplace, washer and dryer, wet bar and "recently updated common area." There's also a deeded bonus room downstairs that can be used as a guest bedroom or office. There's two leased side-by-side parking spots for $300 a month per spot. So $600 total for two cars.

4) 1845 Leavenworth Street, #204
Asking price: $750,000
Size: 1-bed, 1.25-bath, 1,011-square-feet
Price per square foot: $742
Monthly HOA dues: $550
The skinny: While it's technically a one bedroom, there is a room off of the renovated kitchen that can be used as a home office or something similar. The HOA includes heat and there's 1-car parking in the garage. Cats only! No dogs.

3) 1155 Filbert Street, #202
Asking price: $749,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 832-square-feet
Price per square foot: $900
Monthly HOA dues: $480
The skinny: This is a top floor unit in a 9-unit building. It has hardwood flooring, high ceilings and crown mouldings. There's Carrara marble countertops in the kitchen. There's a large storage area and laundry on site. Parking is leased at $350 per month.

2) 1380 Greenwich Street, #305
Asking price: $605,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, unlisted square footage
Monthly HOA dues: $523
The skinny: This is a contemporary top floor condo in a building that was built in 1990. Condo highlights include a wood-burning fireplace and in-unit laundry. Building highlights include views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Crissy Field and the Marin Headlands from the shared roof deck. 1-car parking is included in the sale.

1) 2130 Leavenworth Street, #12
Asking price: $599,000
Size: 0-bed, 1-bath, unlisted square footage
Monthly HOA dues: $430
The skinny: While listed as having zero bedrooms, this condo actually has a small loft that easily fits a queen sized bed. This Mediterranean building is easily one of our favorites in the neighborhood, if only because its central courtyard and entry is rich with foliage. There's no mention of parking.

Royal Towers

1750 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CAlifornia