*all info here is from the SF MLS, and there are other properties for sale but not listed on the MLS.
2190 Broadway #2E $4,250,000 3BR/3.5BA/1PK 3200sqft dues $2,420/month
Solidly located in Pacific Heights. Built in 1973. Baseboard heaters. Parquet floors. Finishes seem clean, simple, not expensive. Listed by Sotheby’s and Pacific Union.
2002 Pacific Avenue #4 $4,288,888 3BR/3.5BA/3PK Built 1961 3,291 sqft dues $968.30/month
Another solid Pacific Heights Location. 2-level unit. Recently remodeled extensively (2011). Design varies. Darling outside space that may include AstroTurf (?). Great views from living area but not necessarily from bedrooms. Unusual layout. Listed by Pacific Union.
2170 Jackson Street #4 $5,700,000 3BR/4.5BA/1PK 3,428 sqft Built 1925 HOA $1,495/month
Advertised as having EMF protection. Another in Pacific Heights. Marble flooring in entry and room off entry. Otherwise, lots of cherry-wood style flooring. Listed by Alain Pinel And Dreyfus Sotheby’s.
1150 Sacramento Street #403 $5,950,000 3BR/3.5BA/2PK 3,700 sqft Built 1989 HOA $4,405.27/month
Great Nob Hill location, close to Grace Cathedral. Looks a bit like a corporate rental. 2-level unit. Some very nice views. Listed by Coldwell Banker.
10 Miller Place #2400 $9,495,000 3BR/4.5BA/3PK 3,197 sqft Built 1963 HOA $2,306/month
Over 2200sqft of view decks go with the unit. Some really “WOW” views, with lots of windows and decks from which to appreciate the views. Listed by Sotheby’s.
2169 Folsom Street #M305 $5,500,000 $BR/3.5BA/1PK 3,600 sqft Built (2002?) HOA $815.30/month
Loft-style. Lots of outside space goes with the unit. Artsy, located in a conversion building that has many artist studios. Located in the Inner Mission. Has an open feel but also has stairs and at least two living levels.
Listed by Sotheby’s.
6 Mint Plaza #900A $4,995,000 3BR/3.5BA/2PK 3,390 sqft Built 1900 (circa) HOA $2,437.34/month
Well, this is another conversion building, and a pretty neat one, but if you tend to spend too much money on clothing, you may want to avoid this one, due to its proximity to Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s. It’s close to lots of good stuff, though the immediate area is uneven.
Listed by Polaris Pacific.