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The Five Least Expensive Properties for Sale in the Upper Haight

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We last checked out what the Upper Haight's inexpensive real estate scene was like way back in March, so we thought we should revisit the area (realtor boundaries are above) to share with you the 5 least expensive properties for sale in the Upper Haight. Like before, inventory's still really low. Instead of our usual top 10 listings, we'll only be showing you the top 5. The good news: All of the properties previously listed in our March post are no longer on the market, so this crop's fresh. The bad news: The last time the most expensive abode was $879K and the cheapest was under $500K. This time around the the most expensive is over a million bucks and the cheapest didn't even make it into our very prestigious Under 500K Club. Let's get this party started.

5) 24 Delmar Street
Asking price: $1,195,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, single-family home
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This colorful abode is located on a quiet tree-lined street just a mere block from Haight Street. The listing tells us that "this home is the perfect blend of old world charm & modern upgrades," which means the home built in 1904 looks all its years on the outside but has stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. There's a garage that can fit two car (tandem) parking. There's also a washer and dryer on the property. This home's been on the market 5 days.

4) 403 Ashbury Street
Asking price: $799,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, 1,300 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $615
The skinny: This is top floor flat in a 2-unit building. It's a "stately" corner building directly across the street from the Panhandle, a feature we find very desirable. Monthly HOA dues are $200 and there's 2-car parking in the garage. This property's been on the market 4 days.

3) 421 Carl Street
Asking price: $739,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 937 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $789
The skinny: This is a 2-level condo with in-unit storage. The entire lower level houses the master suite, and even has its own entrance. One could argue that once you go west of Stanyan Street, you're no longer in the Upper Haight, but again, these boundaries are set by the realtors. Monthly HOA dues are $205 and there's 1-car parking in the garage. This property's been on the market for 4 days.

2) 1757 Page Street
Asking price: $695,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath flat
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This is a TIC in a 3-unit building. The buying process for tenancies in common is different from a normal condo or townhouse sale. Make sure you and your realtor understand the differences before you fall in love with this place. We're loving the generously sized deck that overlooks the backyard. Monthly HOA dues are $302 and there's 1-car (tandem) parking in the garage, where the shared laundry is. This unit's been on the market since August 17.

1) 724 Cole Street, #1
Asking price: $529,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 628 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $84
The skinny: This condo faces the quiet backyard. The unit has hardwood flooring and a recently remodeled kitchen. There's common laundry and a shared backyard. The listing tells us that this place is "great for owners or investors in a booming rental market!" Monthly HOA dues are $225 and there's 1-car parking in the garage. This unit's been on the market 5 days.