What the Median Price Will Buy You in San Francisco: House Edition

I’ve been enjoying the “median price” series of On the Block blog posts, so I thought I’d create a San Francisco version.

The median price for the 273 single-family homes sold since April 1st is $775,000. And there are 281 houses currently listed for up to that price. Here are three of them, ripe for the picking:

The first is a 2BR/1BA with an unwarranted studio in-law at 2122 47th Avenue. I sold a house in this Outer Parkside neighborhood last year that was two blocks from this property, and I can vouch for the excellent beach and park proximity. The home appears to be in nice condition, and is listed at what I believe is a very reasonable $628,000 price. It’s been on the market for about two weeks.

We move on to 1351 Plymouth,a 2BR/1BA 1920s home in Westwood Park listed at $685,000. There’s a sunroom, living room with fireplace, and a bonus room/bath down. You’re very close to Ocean Avenue and BART/Muni stations, and the house has an 88 Walk Score. There have been two price reductions since the property came on the market at $728,000 in mid March.

I blogged about 271 Nevada when it first came on the market back in February:

The one-bedroom cottage is very appealing, but it’s less than 1,000 square feet, which may explain why there is a limited buyer pool. The sellers came on at $749,000 and haven’t moved to reduce the price. But this is probably because they paid $790,000 in 2007 and may not be able to afford to sell for less than their list price. There’s a lot of that going on these days.

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