These 8 San Francisco Homes Sold For Less Than $1 Million In July


Accommodation in San Francisco: It’s expensive.

For “fun” this week, we scoured Zillow, looking for San Francisco homes that sold for less than $1 million in July 2022. There weren’t many applicants. In fact, after eliminating ads with incomplete information, only eight sales were retained. Without further ado, here’s what under seven figures will get you in the Paris of the West.

461 Allison Street

Piece: Crocker-Amazon

Sold for: $880,000

Two beds, one bath and 925 square feet of space for a whopping $880,000. The interior features beautiful refinished hardwood floors and there is plenty of natural light throughout, especially in the living room. The kitchen is tiny, even considering the square footage, with cabinets that are hard to reach. The garage has a decent amount of storage space.

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226 Brookdale Avenue

Piece: Sunnydale

Sold for: $939,000

This two-bedroom, one-bathroom property sold well above its $799,000 listing price. It’s right next to McClaren Park, on a quiet street corner, according to the listing agent. The house measures 1,040 square feet and compensates for a relatively modest living room with a genuinely spacious kitchen.

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60 Castillo Street

Piece: Sunnydale

Sold for: $990,000

It’s impossible to miss the exterior paint job on this two-bedroom, one-bathroom property, which is the featured image of this article. The listing promises a “spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances,” plus “windows and skylights allow natural sunlight throughout the house.” Unfortunately, there are no pictures of the interior, so you’ll have to take the agent’s word for it.

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778 Edinburgh Street

Piece: Excellency

Sold for: $975,000

Another two-bedroom, one-bathroom home sits within a hair’s breadth of under 1,000 square feet (975, to be exact). It’s located near BART and Muni, has a perfectly pretty kitchen, and the newly remodeled bathroom is in great condition. It’s the exterior here that doesn’t necessarily attract you: it’s wedged between other houses. Click the link below to see what I mean.

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818 Huron Avenue

Piece: External mission

Sold for: $981,000

This two-bed, one-bath home has “tons of upside potential,” writes the listing agent. The only problem? A second bathroom and flexible space were added without a permit. Granted, the new owner is figuring out what to do with this space, which is technically 965 square feet, not including any additions that haven’t been authorized yet.

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126 Marguerite Avenue

Piece: Ocean view

Sold for: $895,000

A 1,150 square foot property with two beds, one bath and a beautiful terraced backyard, which currently appears to feature a huge trampoline. There are cool panoramic views in the living room and dining room.

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242 Naples Street

Piece: Excellency

Sold for: $950,000

The only three-bedroom, two-bathroom property on this list, 242 Naples Street is a 1,280-square-foot single-family home that was originally built in 1948. No interior plans are available, which is a shame. , as the exterior is an intriguing clover green.

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120 Rutland Street

Piece: Valley of Viz

Sold for: $710,000

At 625 square feet, this bed, one bath is closer to the size of an apartment. It has an unassuming interior, but comes equipped with a relatively large garage and actually sold well above its $598,000 listing price.

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