San Francisco combines a strong economy with high-paying jobs, a rich culture, and year-round sweater weather — making it one of the hottest real estate markets in America.
The environment attracts house-hunters with deep pockets. It’s not uncommon for prospective owners to place bids well above listing prices, often for all cash.
We combed Zillow to find the most modest but expensive houses on the market — under 2,000 square feet selling for over $1 million. They could be all yours, if you’ve got the funds to spare.
A shrunken Victorian-style home in Laurel Heights is short on space but rich in charm. It squeeze three bedrooms, three baths, a dining room, and an office into 1,010 square feet.
Address: 2888 Bush Street
Price: $2.3 million
A roomy backyard makes a great bonus feature.
A remodeled two-bedroom, one-bath home sits sandwiched between the pricey Potrero Hill and Mission District. It’s located close to pick-up locations for several tech shuttles.
Address: 621 York Street
Price: $1.5 million