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One-Bedroom Wants $975K to Look Down on Lafayette Park

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It isn't easy to find an apartment in the heart of the city that offers lush green views, but the one-bedroom that just came on the market at 1950 Gough Street fits the bill. The Spanish-Mediterannean building, which was constructed back in 1926, sits on the corner of Gough and Clay right across from Lafayette Park. The the condo's fourth floor position provides sweeping views of both the park's eastern edge and the salmon-colored elegance of neighboring 2008 Washington Street around the corner. The 900-square-foot unit is seeking $975,000 (and perhaps secretly hoping to crack the magical million-dollar mark with an overbid.)

The condo's tall windows and moldings give it an elegant, old-school feel. The kitchen, however, is a tiny little corner of the main living space that has almost no room for actually cooking, although it does have views out to the Bay. One parking spot comes included, and HOA dues are fairly reasonable at $493 per month.

· 1950 Gough #402 [Redfin]