The Ten Cheapest Homes For Sale in Bernal Heights Right Now

Looking for an inexpensive home to buy in glamorous Bernal Heights? You already know this, but such a thing does not really exist. Ack.

Nevertheless. on a relative basis, what does an entry-level Bernal Heights home look like these days? This week our real estate-obsessed friends at Curbed SF pulled together an illuminating list of “The Ten Least Expensive Properties For Sale in Bernal Heights:”

This week we’re heading up a hill to check out the current residential real estate scene in Bernal Heights. At first we thought there was a plethora of inventory, but it turns out a good portion (and the least expensive) of the listings were for land, not homes on land. Boundaries are above (you can click the map for a larger view) and are set by the realtors. As always, no property with a sale that’s currently pending were included on this list.

Prices range from $478,000 (2BR, 1,024 sq. ft. on Putnam) to $819,000 (2BR, 1,730 sq. ft. on College Terrace). See all ten houses, with details and commentary, over at Curbed SF.

Then let’s discuss… right here.

UPDATE: In the comments, Miss Sally from CurbedSF tells us: “The real estate market moves quickly.  4 of the homes that were for sale on Monday have already gone into contract, and the least expensive has been taken off the market.”

The photo at the top of this post has been revised accordingly.

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5 thoughts on “The Ten Cheapest Homes For Sale in Bernal Heights Right Now

  1. The real estate market moves quickly. 4 of the homes that were for sale on Monday have already gone into contract, and the least expensive has been taken off the market.

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