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Mapping the Crazy World of $1M+ One Bedroom Condo Sales

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San Francisco's home to some pretty pricey residential real estate. It's becoming more and more common for a two-bedroom condo in a decent enough neighborhood to sell for well over one million dollars, and the elusive under $500K property has become harder and harder to find. But what about the insane world of $1M+ one bedroom condos? They exist, and they're selling like hotcakes. Most are industrial chic lofts, and almost all are in the SoMa area, which came as a surprise since San Francisco's historically pricier neighborhoods like Pacific Heights and Russian Hill were left out of the party. Below, a map of one bedroom condos that have sold for over $1M in the year 2014 alone.

· Real Estate Sold archives [Curbed SF]
· Under 500K Club archives [Curbed SF]
· This is What a $1.55M One-Bedroom Condo Looks Like [Curbed SF]
· It's Always Been Expensive To Live in a Tech Hub like S.F. [Curbed SF]
· Very Expensive One Bedroom at the Millennium Sells for $1.65M [Curbed SF]

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Nob Hill TIC

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This TIC penthouse (which is described as "petite" since it's only got one bedroom and clocks in at 907 square feet) sold for $1,759 per square foot. It was listed in November of last year for $1.595M and sold in January for asking. It's very special because it has a gigantic and private wraparound terrace.

Millennium Tower

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This is a very sexy one bedroom at the Millennium Tower that has two bathrooms and is 1,424 square feet. Monthly HOA dues are $1,629 and offer up access to the building's many amenities, including a 20,000-square-foot Club Level and a wine tasting room. It came onto the market in October of 2013 asking $1.75M and sold in early January for $1.65M.

650 2nd Street lofts

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This is a 1,798-square-foot unit with a very open floor plan, even the bedroom only has a slight partition dividing it from the main living area. It came onto the market in late January asking $1.195M, and it sold in late February for $1.3M.

One Hawthorne

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This is a corner condo that's 950 square feet and on the 19th floor of One Hawthorne. It first appeared on the market in mid-January asking $995K, and it sold in early February for $1.087M.

Heublin Building

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This is a 1-bed, 1-bath unit that clocks in at 1,502 square feet. The bedroom isn't so much a bedroom as it's a lofted space that's exposed. It was put on the market in late January asking $1.149M, and it sold for $1.195M

SoMa Loft

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This is a 1,448-square-foot loft with 1.5 bathrooms. It was listed in late January for $849K and it sold in late February for $1.05M.

Lower Pac Heights Condo

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Coming in at 1,969 square feet, this is one of the larger one bedrooms to sell. It's in a former industrial building in the heart of Upper Fillmore. It came onto the market asking $1.875M and it sold in January for $1,622,500.

One Rincon Hill

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This is a tiny 1-bed, 1-bath unit on the 47th floor at One Rincon. It's a mere 819 square feet. It came onto the market in September of 2013 asking $1.2M, and after several price reductions sold in mid-February for $1.14M.

Mission Loft

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This one bedroom has two full bathrooms and is 943 square feet. It was listed in January and sold in February for $1.05M.

200 Brannan

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This is a 1,263-square-foot South Beach loft that has two full bathrooms. It was listed in late January for $1.096M and sold for $1.101M in mid-February.

Nob Hill TIC

This TIC penthouse (which is described as "petite" since it's only got one bedroom and clocks in at 907 square feet) sold for $1,759 per square foot. It was listed in November of last year for $1.595M and sold in January for asking. It's very special because it has a gigantic and private wraparound terrace.

Millennium Tower

This is a very sexy one bedroom at the Millennium Tower that has two bathrooms and is 1,424 square feet. Monthly HOA dues are $1,629 and offer up access to the building's many amenities, including a 20,000-square-foot Club Level and a wine tasting room. It came onto the market in October of 2013 asking $1.75M and sold in early January for $1.65M.

650 2nd Street lofts

This is a 1,798-square-foot unit with a very open floor plan, even the bedroom only has a slight partition dividing it from the main living area. It came onto the market in late January asking $1.195M, and it sold in late February for $1.3M.

One Hawthorne

This is a corner condo that's 950 square feet and on the 19th floor of One Hawthorne. It first appeared on the market in mid-January asking $995K, and it sold in early February for $1.087M.

Heublin Building

This is a 1-bed, 1-bath unit that clocks in at 1,502 square feet. The bedroom isn't so much a bedroom as it's a lofted space that's exposed. It was put on the market in late January asking $1.149M, and it sold for $1.195M

SoMa Loft

This is a 1,448-square-foot loft with 1.5 bathrooms. It was listed in late January for $849K and it sold in late February for $1.05M.

Lower Pac Heights Condo

Coming in at 1,969 square feet, this is one of the larger one bedrooms to sell. It's in a former industrial building in the heart of Upper Fillmore. It came onto the market asking $1.875M and it sold in January for $1,622,500.

One Rincon Hill

This is a tiny 1-bed, 1-bath unit on the 47th floor at One Rincon. It's a mere 819 square feet. It came onto the market in September of 2013 asking $1.2M, and after several price reductions sold in mid-February for $1.14M.

Mission Loft

This one bedroom has two full bathrooms and is 943 square feet. It was listed in January and sold in February for $1.05M.

200 Brannan

This is a 1,263-square-foot South Beach loft that has two full bathrooms. It was listed in late January for $1.096M and sold for $1.101M in mid-February.