The modest, barrel-front home at 1330 22nd Avenue in the Central Sunset was a big hit with San Francisco home buyers. Listed in mid April for $1,395,000, the house had a remodeled kitchen, two bedrooms with an attached sunroom and a bedroom downstairs. Did I mention there was only one bathroom?
But it was a single-family home in what’s become a hot part of the city. Here’s a look at a few other rooms of the house, as well as the yard:
[Photos courtesy of Park North/Zephyr Real Estate]
The winning bidder paid $2,250,000 in cash.
Though this sale may seem out of bounds for the neighborhood, it’s worth noting that seven homes have sold in the Central Sunset for $2M or more since 2015. Most recently, the sale at 1246 23rd Avenue raised eyebrows for its $2,195,000 sale price. (That one, however, was listed a bit higher at $1,695,000.)
If you’re looking for a home in the neighborhood, know that the average price for a house in the Central Sunset is around $1.6M year-to-date.