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Jackson Square one-bed charmer asks $849K

Pre-quake building in historic neighborhood doesn’t ask for much

O to reside in Jackson Square! Where one calls Kusakabe and Quince their neighborhood joints. Where the crestfallen city’s society ilk (now, tragically, demoted to d-listers ever since the advent of SF’s self-made tech billionaires) convene to buy some of the city’s best decor inside some of the city’s best interior design shops. Where three-story brick buildings and narrow streets harken back to the California Gold Rush era that gave San Francisco its start.

Now a rare offering has opened up in the small, tony neighborhood: a one-bed, one bath condo inside 25 Hotaling Place. It features hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, and updated kitchen/bath. The built-ins, however, leave something to be desired. Nevertheless, a stunning pad.

Also of note: Just outside the building’s front door sits the Transamerica Pyramid.

Last sold in 2014 for $900,546, according to Redfin. HOAs come to $384/month. Today it’s back on the market asking $849,000.