Time again for the Under $700K Club, where 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).
Billed as a fixer-upper, this circa-1938 home at 1415 Oakdale Avenue in Bayview (two-time winner of the Curbed Cup!) still comes with a lot of extras for such a comparatively low price.
Featuring three beds, two baths, and approximately 1,500 square feet, this two-level home still has some of its old moldings. (Would be nice if they were left intact during it’s impending renovation, but that’s asking for the moon.)
It also has a large back yard, skylights, and hardwood floors. And do clock the tile work in the bathroom, which, alas, will surely be ripped out soon enough.
Asking is $599,000, a bargain compared to the cheapest home on the market right now in San Francisco. Expect it to sell for a higher amount.
- 1415 Oakdale Avenue [Redfin]
- Bayview [Curbed SF]
- Your Curbed Cup neighborhood of the year: Bayview [Curbed SF]
- San Francisco's cheapest house is this Excelsior District fire-damaged home [Curbed SF]