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The High-Low Report: One, Two and Three Bedroom Edition

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Curbed has consistently kept you abreast of the medians and averages in San Francisco, but today let's look at the extremes of either side. What are the highs and the lows in the housing market today for a one, two or three bedroom nest in San Francisco proper?


1 Bed -- the High: We've covered this Nob Hill beauty before when it was but the 2nd most expensive 1-bedroom in the city. 1001 California is still on the market (249 days and counting) and now takes top place at $2.95 mil. There may only be one bedroom, but guests can bunk down in the library room.


1 Bed -- the Low: There's a slew of below market rate homes and short sales in the city, but to keep things fair we're looking at competitively priced homes with no strings attached. Just down the hill from the most expensive one bedroom in SF is one of the cheapest at the intersection of Pine and Taylor, which just happened to win your votes in last month's death match. $499k gets you a newly renovated, light and bright 600 sq. ft. condo with private parking and a shared roof deck.


2 Bed -- The High: This newly listed Noe Valley charmer clocks in at $1.45 mil for 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and over 1600 sq. ft. of living area. With tons of built-ins, fancy updates, historical details, back yard patio, and 2 car garage and workroom in the basement, this home is the full package.


2 Bed -- the Low: This home may not have been touched since it's conception in the Roosevelt era, but that leaves it a blank slate for your imagination. The original Art Deco touches are charming, and at just under 500k, this spacious Excelsior home is a steal.


3 Bed -- The High: This Telegraph Hill stunner is the second most expensive 3 bed condo in the city but arguably the most exciting, with breathtaking views, almost 3,000 sq. ft. on 3 levels, and decks and balconies galore. 1960 Grant is standing firm at its original asking price of $6.25 mil.


3 Bed -- the Low: From bay to breakers; on the other side of the city this 3 bedroom also features water views in just half the square footage for 765k.
· Very Expensive One Bedroom Gets Sent to the Chopping Block [SF Curbed]
· Two Tendernob $500K Condos Battle it Out in the Death Cage [SF Curbed]
· $2,115 Per Square Foot for Telegraph Hill Penthouse [SF Curbed]
· 1001 California St #2A [Redfin]
· 1001 Pine St #704 [Redfin]
· 3888 26th St [Redfin]
· 250 Maynard St [Redfin]
· 1960 Grant Ave Ph 17 [Redfin]
· 746 Great Highway #2 [Redfin]