High Brow, Low Brow – Hillcrest

I am always curious to see the spread between the highest and lowest priced homes on the market.  It says a lot and gives a pretty good picture of the range and value of properties in a region.  Most people shopping a particular neighborhood are most interested in homes that fall somewhere near the middle, so knowing the playing field is critical.  This week, I will bring you homes on both ends of the spectrum in each of the three neighborhoods of Hillcrest, North Park and Ocean Beach and I’ll throw in one or two in the middle so you get the big picture along the entire continuum.  Today, Hillcrest.

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Lowest!  1756 Essex Street #201$219,888 one bed, one bath condominium in Hillcrest.  It has 608 square feet and is priced at $362 per square foot.  It last sold for $338,000 on July 29, 2005.  It’s Zestimate is $248,500 and eppraisal is $240,462.  On Redfin 1 day.

Tweenie #1  3972 Albatross Street #205$585,000 two bedroom, 2.5 bath condominium in Hillcrest.  It has 1,463 square feet and is priced at $400 per square foot.  No past sales data or property valuations are available for this home because it is one unit in the brand new Mission Florence development.  On Redfin 172 days.

Tweenie #2  1011 Hayes Avenue$649,000 two bedroom, 2.5 bath single family home in Hillcrest.  It has 1,411 square feet and is priced at $460 per square foot.  It last sold for $518,000 on June 12, 2003.  Its Zestimate is $740,000 and eppraisal is $679,221.  On Redfin 31 days.

Highest!  1041 Cypress Avenue$2,990,000 four bedroom, 3.5 bath single family Hillcrest home.  It has 3,500 square feet and is priced at $854 per square foot.  It last sold for $2,375,000 on October 13, 2006.  It’s Zestimate is $1,755,000 and eppraisal is $2,072,103.  On Redfin 383 days. 

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