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The High & the Low: SF’s most and least expensive homes this week

A long wait ends in Presidio Heights, while South Beach offers a steal

Fridays bring the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. It’s been another big week, so let’s dive in.

This was another week of huge sales, with more than three that broke the $7 million mark. But the biggest receipt of the week was long in the making at 3323-3325 Clay Street, a grand manse that’s been seeking a buyer since fall of 2015.

The price has went up and down as months went by, at one point asking as much as $11.25 million and then cutting itself down to $9.95 million last spring. It stuck it out with that price tag all year before finally closing the deal on Tuesday.

It was only back in 2013 that this five-bed, five bath-affair with the shingled exterior sold last, for just $3.5 million then.

And the lowest of the low this week happened over at 333 1st Street at the Metropolitan, a 342-unit South Beach condo building from 2004, back before that was cool.

Unlike most of its new neighbors the Metropolitan opts for efficiency, netting a $599,000 sale on Monday (down from the original asking of $625,000) out of a home just a little over 500 feet.