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The Five Least Expensive Properties for Sale in North Beach

Real estate website Redfin tells us that there's 9 properties available for sale in North Beach, but that's not exactly true. You see, the boundaries to the right (click the map for a larger version) clearly go into Russian Hill territory, and the listing pages confirm that the abodes are indeed on Russian Hill. There's really only six properties for sale in North Beach, which is actually more than the neighborhood's regular inventory. Why the rise? Well, three of the five we're sharing with you are TIC properties within the same building. Here now, the five least expensive properties for sale in North Beach. As always, we won't be including any property that has a sale that's currently pending. Let's get this party started.

5) 690 Chestnut Street, #402
Asking price: $799,888
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,087 sq. ft. condo
Price per square foot: $736
The skinny: The random asking price might be justified because the neighborhood's average listed price per square foot is $736, which is the exact amount per square for this condo. The listing photos don't tell us much, but we see that there's an open floorplan for the common areas. There's also a balcony that faces out onto Chestnut Street. There's a common roof deck that has views galore, lawn chairs and a BBQ. Monthly HOA dues are $502 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

4) 583 Francisco Street
Asking price: $669,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: Let's get the "ugh" out of the way: this unit's a TIC. The buying process for tenancies in common is different from a normal condo sale, so make sure you and your real estate agent know what you'd be getting into. Moving on? this flat has been totally remodeled with all new finishes. There's a pretty fantastic shared roof deck. Monthly HOA dues are $363 and the "price includes side-by-side parking."

3) 589 Francisco Street
Asking price: $659,000
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: This is another TIC unit in the 6-unit building above. It has the exact same listing description. Monthly HOA dues are $369 and there's 1-car parking.

2) 587 Francisco Street
Asking price: $559,000
Size: 2-bed, 1-bath, unlisted square footage
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: Again, this is a TIC unit in the same units above. It also (again) has the exact same listing description. Monthly HOA dues are $334 and there's 1-car parking.

1) 1856 Powell Street, #202
Asking price: $525,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 731 sq. ft.
Price per square foot: $718
The skinny: And the cheapest piece of residential property goes to unit #202 at 1856 Powell Street, which unfortunately has less than desirable listing photos. They're dark and gloomy and vertical. We should also mention that this home is a short sale, which has a very different buying process and time frame than traditional real estate transitions. Monthly HOA dues are $496 and there's 1-car parking.