While coming across any truly economical home in San Francisco is but a pipe dream these days, now and then the occasional not-so-astronomically priced single-family house lands on the market. Take, for example, this 1951 affair at 1214 Bowdoin in Portola.
Coming in at two beds, one bath, and 836 square feet, it’s not a whopper by any means. But it does have a decent-sized kitchen, a deck, and even a spacious and well-manicured backyard.
Last sold in 2014 for $810,806, it returns to the market this week asking $695,000.