Spending 1M – 1.5M on a home in San Francisco? Learn Which Neighborhoods You Can Afford!

27 Mar

Spending 1M – 1.5M on a home in San Francisco? Learn Which Neighborhoods You Can Afford!

Spending $1 Million to $1.5 Million in San Francisco 

In this price point for houses, one starts moving into another layer of neighborhoods in the west and the central-south areas of the city: The Sunset and Parkside neighborhoods, Golden Gate Heights, Miraloma Park, Sunnyside, Mission Terrace, Bernal Heights and others as shown. There has been a lot of upward pressure on these areas in the past 2 years in particular.

The horizontal columns reflect the number of sales, with the average dollar per square foot values for the homes in this price range noted alongside. 

Condo and co-op sales in this price range are mostly concentrated in those areas where newer condo developments have surged onto market over the past 10 – 15 years, and continue to arrive in increasing numbers – South Beach, Mission Bay, Inner Mission, Hayes Valley, Dogpatch, SoMa – as well as in high-end neighborhoods such as Pacific Heights, Russian Hill and the greater Noe-Eureka Valleys area. 


Condos & Co-ops for $1.5 million to $1.85 million

Houses for $1.5 million to $2 million