$1.3 Million Homes in California

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San Francisco | $1.265 Million

A two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium in a 1906 building with three units

This condominium is in Cow Hollow, a few blocks from the Fillmore Street shopping corridor and from walking trails winding through the Presidio, one of the city’s largest public parks. It is less than a mile from the Palace of Fine Arts, built for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915, and less than a 10-minute drive from Crissy Field East Beach, which offers sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

The Civic Center and Embarcadero neighborhoods are half an hour away by public transit. San Francisco International Airport is a 30-minute drive.

Size: 1,150 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,100

Indoors: The front door of this second-floor apartment opens into a long hallway.

At the far end is an open living area with blonde wood floors and sliding-glass doors that open to a deck. On the right side of this space is a combined sitting-and-dining area. On the left is a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, an electric cooktop, a center island and butcher-block counters.

The primary bedroom, off the main hallway, has a walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom with a combined tub and shower. The other bedroom is near the entrance, with a black-painted decorative fireplace and a bay of street-facing windows with a built-in window seat.

Across the hall is a smaller room that could be a home office or a nursery. Next door is a full bathroom with a tiled shower. A laundry closet is also off the hallway, hidden by slatted doors.

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