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Homes and Condos for sale in North Panhandle, SF

Homes and Condos for sale in North Panhandle February 15, 2019
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Listed
4
Avg. DOM
$1,018.56
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$985,000
Med. List Price
4 Properties Found.
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1702 Fell Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Open House
1702 Fell Street San Francisco, CA 94117
 
$1,195,000
Subdivision: North Panhandle
BEDS
2
BATHS
2
SQ.FT.
1,373
BUILT
1989
ON SITE
1Day
MLS
480526
Bright corner 2/2 with unbeatable Panhandle location. Newly refurbished, tons of storage, garage parking. Within walking distance of Haight-Ashbury, USF, and Divisadero. Close to MUNI, bikeshares,...
2001 McAllister
San Francisco, CA 94118
Open House
2001 McAllister San Francisco, CA 94118
1 of 13
$775,000
Subdivision: North Panhandle
BEDS
1
BATHS
1
SQ.FT.
650
BUILT
2004
ON SITE
4Days
MLS
481147
Unique unit at the Village at Petrini Place. Its own private, secure gated entrance from quiet McAllister Street for access without elevators, outdoor walkways or stairs. 1 bedroom apartment is...
2001 McAllister Street
San Francisco, CA 94118
Open House
2001 McAllister Street San Francisco, CA 94118
1 of 26
$749,000
Subdivision: North Panhandle
BEDS
1
BATHS
1
SQ.FT.
639
BUILT
2002
ON SITE
8Days
MLS
480991
Set in the serene center courtyard, lined with mature maple trees, this one-bedroom condominium offers amenities and conveniences of the bustling NOPA neighborhood. The contemporary interior...
2167 Grove Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Open House
2167 Grove Street San Francisco, CA 94117
1 of 54
$1,495,000
Subdivision: North Panhandle
BEDS
3
BATHS
1
SQ.FT.
1,781
BUILT
1912
ON SITE
9Days
MLS
480696
Enjoy the classic craftsmanship and authentic character of this top floor condominium. It offers 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, dining room, large kitchen w/pantry area, bonus space off the...

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