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The Ten Most Expensive One Bedrooms for Sale in S.F.

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One bedrooms being listed and (quickly) sold for over a million bucks is becoming a habit around San Francisco, so we thought it best to map the most expensive one bedrooms currently for sale in the city. (Surprise! Every single property is asking more than $1M.) This way to a map of the most expensive one bedrooms same time last year, all of which have either sold or been taken off the market. Any standouts this time around? Not really. In fact, This group's quite underwhelming. That said, the market's so hot right now that we suspect all of these will sell quickly, and maybe even for more than asking. Let's get this party started!

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$2.2M Condo in the FiDi

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Asking price: $2.2M
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath, 1,857-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,185
The skinny: Unfortunately there aren't any interior photos of San Francisco's most expensive one bedroom for sale, but we do know it's on the 22nd floor. It's safe to assume it has views galore, and the broker babble tells us that the unit's got floor-to-ceiling windows and two patios. Monthly HOA dues are a mind-numbing $2,066, but we suppose that doesn't really matter if you're willing to drop $2.2M on a one bedroom.

$1.949M Penthouse in Russian Hill

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Asking price: $1.949M
Size: 1-bed, 2.5-bath, 2-level, 1,300-square-foot penthouse
Price per square foot: $1,499
The skinny: This beautiful abode has been on and off the market since late 2013. While it's only a one bedroom, the home's fit for entertaining with a gigantic private roof deck with direct access off the living room. It also offers up up close and personal panoramic views centered on Alcatraz. Monthly HOA dues are $510.

$1.65M at the Four Seasons Residences

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Asking price: $1.65M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 1,004-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,643
The skinny: We'll be frank since we always are: this condo is super underwhelming. The Four Seasons Private Residences are the most expensive condo developments by square foot in San Francisco, and this one bedroom is an example of that. Monthly HOA dues are $1,864.

$1.375M penthouse at 200 Brannan

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Asking price: $1.375M
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,125-square-foot penthouse
Price per square foot: $1,222
The skinny: This is an incredibly fancy one bedroom penthouse in the heart of South Beach. Property highlights include recessed ceilings, a private patio, and nearly every surface is covered with sienna paint. Monthly HOA dues are $655.

$1.295M Pacific Heights condo

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Asking price: $1.295M
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath condo
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: If you want to call a pretty tony part of Pacific Heights home as well as have Lafayette Park as your front yard, this is the property for you. Monthly HOA dues are $681.

$1.199M SoMa Loft

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Asking price: $1.199M
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,594-square-foot loft
Price per square foot: $752
The skinny: This is a brick and timber live/work loft in SoMa. Monthly HOA dues are $533.

$1.15M Pacific Heights condo

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Asking price: $1.15M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 1,115-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,031
The skinny: This condo just underwent a significant remodel. It last sold in mid-2013 for $850K. Monthly HOA dues are $564.

$1.149M Mission Bay Condo

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Asking price: $1.149M
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,136-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,011
The skinny: Want AT&T Park as your front yard? Also, are you rich? Then we've found the place for you. Monthly HOA dues are $568 and Giants season tickets aren't included.

$1.099M condo in the Marina

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Asking price: $1.099M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 1,093-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,005
The skinny: On the market for a mere two days, we usually don't see one bedrooms listed this high in the Marina, a neighborhood home to many stately and expensive single-family homes. Monthly HOA dues are $620.

$1.015M Potrero Hill Condo

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Asking price: $1.015M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 831-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,221
The skinny: This is a brand new residence at Onyx, the latest development to open in Potrero Hill. Monthly HOA dues are a low $370.

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$2.2M Condo in the FiDi

Asking price: $2.2M
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath, 1,857-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,185
The skinny: Unfortunately there aren't any interior photos of San Francisco's most expensive one bedroom for sale, but we do know it's on the 22nd floor. It's safe to assume it has views galore, and the broker babble tells us that the unit's got floor-to-ceiling windows and two patios. Monthly HOA dues are a mind-numbing $2,066, but we suppose that doesn't really matter if you're willing to drop $2.2M on a one bedroom.

$1.949M Penthouse in Russian Hill

Asking price: $1.949M
Size: 1-bed, 2.5-bath, 2-level, 1,300-square-foot penthouse
Price per square foot: $1,499
The skinny: This beautiful abode has been on and off the market since late 2013. While it's only a one bedroom, the home's fit for entertaining with a gigantic private roof deck with direct access off the living room. It also offers up up close and personal panoramic views centered on Alcatraz. Monthly HOA dues are $510.

$1.65M at the Four Seasons Residences

Asking price: $1.65M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 1,004-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,643
The skinny: We'll be frank since we always are: this condo is super underwhelming. The Four Seasons Private Residences are the most expensive condo developments by square foot in San Francisco, and this one bedroom is an example of that. Monthly HOA dues are $1,864.

$1.375M penthouse at 200 Brannan

Asking price: $1.375M
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,125-square-foot penthouse
Price per square foot: $1,222
The skinny: This is an incredibly fancy one bedroom penthouse in the heart of South Beach. Property highlights include recessed ceilings, a private patio, and nearly every surface is covered with sienna paint. Monthly HOA dues are $655.

$1.295M Pacific Heights condo

Asking price: $1.295M
Size: 1-bed, 2-bath condo
Price per square foot: Unavailable
The skinny: If you want to call a pretty tony part of Pacific Heights home as well as have Lafayette Park as your front yard, this is the property for you. Monthly HOA dues are $681.

$1.199M SoMa Loft

Asking price: $1.199M
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,594-square-foot loft
Price per square foot: $752
The skinny: This is a brick and timber live/work loft in SoMa. Monthly HOA dues are $533.

$1.15M Pacific Heights condo

Asking price: $1.15M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 1,115-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,031
The skinny: This condo just underwent a significant remodel. It last sold in mid-2013 for $850K. Monthly HOA dues are $564.

$1.149M Mission Bay Condo

Asking price: $1.149M
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,136-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,011
The skinny: Want AT&T Park as your front yard? Also, are you rich? Then we've found the place for you. Monthly HOA dues are $568 and Giants season tickets aren't included.

$1.099M condo in the Marina

Asking price: $1.099M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 1,093-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,005
The skinny: On the market for a mere two days, we usually don't see one bedrooms listed this high in the Marina, a neighborhood home to many stately and expensive single-family homes. Monthly HOA dues are $620.

$1.015M Potrero Hill Condo

Asking price: $1.015M
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 831-square-foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,221
The skinny: This is a brand new residence at Onyx, the latest development to open in Potrero Hill. Monthly HOA dues are a low $370.