With a price tag of $2.495M, this is the neighborhood's most expensive condo for sale. That said, you'll need an extra chunk of change to rid the place of the "Texas inspired" decor throughout the home. Once the furniture and weird wall treatments are gone, though, the home offers up good bones and a great view. It's a 2-level, 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,633 square foot unit just off of busy Marina Boulevard. Property highlights include a private garage with parking for three cars, and a 500 square foot rood deck with views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marina Green. Monthly HOA dues are $963.
· 56 Casa [Official website]