Time again for the Under $700K Club, the inflation-adjusted version of our old Under $500K club. Here we showcase the few and the proud San Francisco homes that, even in this this time of seven-figure median home prices, have the courage to sell at a mere $700,000 or less (or at least open that low).
While the 1930 Hamilton on O’Farrell is home to the city’s most expensive penthouse on the market, it’s also where many nifty little studios hit the market now and then. Today a forth floor unit in side the famed Tenderloin residential building lands on the market, asking $479,000.
While it bills itself as a studio (approximately 520 square feet), with enough home decor prowess it could be considered a junior one-bedroom (there’s a little alcove for your bed that opens into the living space).
Also of note is the color-blasted kitchen, where the pea green and orange walls (arguably) seem to work rather than come off as kitschy.
Bathroom is through the closet. Art decor details can be found throughout the space. The building comes with a ballroom, downright stunning lobby, 16th-floor sky deck, and 24-hour concierge.
HOAs are $452/month.
- The Tenderloin’s Most Expensive Penthouse Is Still at It [Curbed SF]
- Tenderloin [Curbed SF]
- 631 O’Farrell, #414 [Redfin]