San Francisco Condos for Sale Under $700K in the Castro

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Property is expensive in San Francisco. Still there are bargains. That's why you've got to shop around and compare. Here we'll show you what kind of property can you buy for under $700,000 around the Castro neighborhood. The Castro is one San Francisco's most fab neighborhoods. If you've seen the movie, "Milk," you got a good feel for the Victorian architecture and spirit of this part of town.

So lets compare three properties in that hood and see what you can get for under $700K.

Condo #1: Centrally Located Two-Bedroom for $679K

For $679K, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom Victorian condo resides in a well-maintained, two-unit building with gorgeous period details and abounding charm. It has a lovely remodeled eat-in kitchen plus a breakfast room. With a flexible floor plan, it also two decorative fireplaces.

A plus is it has direct access to a lush private backyard. The minus is you have to share the private backyard with the other unit. Hopefully they don't have a beer pong table set up back there. This is a prime Castro location on 4515 18th St,

Condo #2: Two-Bedroom Just Outside the Castro for $679K
$679K will get you the condo property on 32 Flint Street. This two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is in a nice locale: more up in the hills, situated on a serene cul-de-sac , but yet still minutes away from the Castro.

The spacious living room boasts an amazing view of the Corona Heights Park and Twin Peaks. This place sounds great for barbeques: Off the living room a deck runs the width of the home, Amazing!

Other perks include laundry in the building, and a shared yard. (Let's hope no beer pong here, either.) Another great perk is a parking garage.



Condo #3: Modern Two-Bedroom for $639K
For $639K you get a two-bedroom, one-bathroom condo located in the vibrant upper market neighborhood. This full-floor flat has been stylishly renovated throughout. The open kitchen features fire-engine red cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances. The dramatic open floor plan is enhanced by a southwest exposure and custom built-ins. Besides two spacious bedrooms an additional office area makes this home work well for all of your needs.


Our Pick: For the money I'd go with the second condo at 32 Flint Street. The location on the hill is wonderful with great views. The patio and parking garage also seal the deal for me.


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