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The Most Expensive Homes to Recently Come onto the Market

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Every week we comb through the real estate listings to bring you the ten least expensive pieces of residential real estate in a single neighborhood. This week we're switching it up a bit, and instead showing you the ten most expensive properties to hit the market in the past seven days. This map does not include multi-unit buildings—only single-family homes and condos are shown. Of the 55 properties that hit the market recently, the tenth most expensive is a TIC in Noe Valley that's asking $1.3M. At $5.5M, the most expensive is a 2-bedroom at Millennium Tower in Yerba Buena.

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1. Millennium Tower Condo

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301 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105

Asking price: $5,500,000
This 2-bedroom at the Millennium Tower clocks in at an impressive 3,800 square feet. It's that large because it's actually a combination of two end units. Monthly HOA dues are a staggering $3,386 and there's 2-car parking if you want to shell out $380 per month.

2. Arts & Crafts Single-Family Home

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212 Edgewood Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94117

Asking price: $3,795,000
A house with an outdoor heated pool! That's exactly what this 5-bed, 2.5-bath, 3,300-square-foot home is.

3. St. Regis Residences Condo

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188 Minna St
San Francisco, CA 94105

Asking price: $2,800,000
This is a painfully ordinary 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,700-square-foot condo at the St. Regis Residences, though we suppose you're buying into this building for the prestige the address brings and the amenities, which include access to the 24/7 in-room dining and butler services. Monthly HOA dues are $2,172 and valet parking for one car will cost you $225 per month.

4. Telegraph Hill Single-Family Home

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305 Filbert Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

Asking price: $2,800,000
Located on the magical Filbert Stairway, this 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,950-square-foot home has views galore of the Bay and East Bay. Because of the location, parking is not included though can be rented nearby.

5. Inner Richmond Single-Family Home

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366 3rd Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118

Asking price: $1,995,000
This is a single-family home that has a lower level unit that's being marketed as guest quarters, though it could also be a legal apartment that you could rent out.

6. Lower Haight Single-Family Home

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767 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

Asking price: $1,599,000
This 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 2,600-square-foot abode has a really large south-facing yard. There's also a legal studio on the ground floor. The sellers of the home also have architectural plans available for a 2-level modern expansion.

7. Condo at the Summit

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999 Green Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

Asking price: $1,495,000
This is a 1-bed, 1-bath condo asking $1.495M. That's right, folks. $1.495M for a one bedroom. Granted, it's on the 31st floor and has panoramic views, but it's still a one bedroom condo for $1.495M. It's also less than 1,000 square feet at 971. Monthly HOA dues are $951 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

8. Another Millennium Tower Condo

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301 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Asking price: $1,450,000
Check this unit out if you desperately want to live in the Millennium Tower but can't afford the pricier unit above. This 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,098-square-foot unit is on the 12th floor. Monthly HOA dues are $960 and there's no parking.

9. Cow Hollow Condo

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2374 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

Asking price: $1,399,000
On Cow Hollow's popular Union Street strip, but a few blocks from the retail part of it. This is a 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,700-square-foot condo. Monthly HOA dues are $394 and there's 1-car parking.

10. Noe Valley TIC

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972 Dolores Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Asking price: $1,300,000
This is a 3-bed, 2-bath upper unit in a 4-unit building. The buying process for tenancies in common is different from a normal condo sale. Please talk to your realtor about what a TIC is before you fall in love with this place. Monthly HOA dues are $250 and there's 1-car parking.

1. Millennium Tower Condo

301 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105

Asking price: $5,500,000
This 2-bedroom at the Millennium Tower clocks in at an impressive 3,800 square feet. It's that large because it's actually a combination of two end units. Monthly HOA dues are a staggering $3,386 and there's 2-car parking if you want to shell out $380 per month.

301 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105

2. Arts & Crafts Single-Family Home

212 Edgewood Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94117

Asking price: $3,795,000
A house with an outdoor heated pool! That's exactly what this 5-bed, 2.5-bath, 3,300-square-foot home is.

212 Edgewood Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94117

3. St. Regis Residences Condo

188 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94105

Asking price: $2,800,000
This is a painfully ordinary 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,700-square-foot condo at the St. Regis Residences, though we suppose you're buying into this building for the prestige the address brings and the amenities, which include access to the 24/7 in-room dining and butler services. Monthly HOA dues are $2,172 and valet parking for one car will cost you $225 per month.

188 Minna St
San Francisco, CA 94105

4. Telegraph Hill Single-Family Home

305 Filbert Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

Asking price: $2,800,000
Located on the magical Filbert Stairway, this 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,950-square-foot home has views galore of the Bay and East Bay. Because of the location, parking is not included though can be rented nearby.

305 Filbert Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

5. Inner Richmond Single-Family Home

366 3rd Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94118

Asking price: $1,995,000
This is a single-family home that has a lower level unit that's being marketed as guest quarters, though it could also be a legal apartment that you could rent out.

366 3rd Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118

6. Lower Haight Single-Family Home

767 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

Asking price: $1,599,000
This 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 2,600-square-foot abode has a really large south-facing yard. There's also a legal studio on the ground floor. The sellers of the home also have architectural plans available for a 2-level modern expansion.

767 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

7. Condo at the Summit

999 Green Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

Asking price: $1,495,000
This is a 1-bed, 1-bath condo asking $1.495M. That's right, folks. $1.495M for a one bedroom. Granted, it's on the 31st floor and has panoramic views, but it's still a one bedroom condo for $1.495M. It's also less than 1,000 square feet at 971. Monthly HOA dues are $951 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.

999 Green Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

8. Another Millennium Tower Condo

301 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Asking price: $1,450,000
Check this unit out if you desperately want to live in the Millennium Tower but can't afford the pricier unit above. This 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,098-square-foot unit is on the 12th floor. Monthly HOA dues are $960 and there's no parking.

301 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

9. Cow Hollow Condo

2374 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123

Asking price: $1,399,000
On Cow Hollow's popular Union Street strip, but a few blocks from the retail part of it. This is a 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,700-square-foot condo. Monthly HOA dues are $394 and there's 1-car parking.

2374 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

10. Noe Valley TIC

972 Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Asking price: $1,300,000
This is a 3-bed, 2-bath upper unit in a 4-unit building. The buying process for tenancies in common is different from a normal condo sale. Please talk to your realtor about what a TIC is before you fall in love with this place. Monthly HOA dues are $250 and there's 1-car parking.

972 Dolores Street
San Francisco, CA 94110