What do a Porsche 918 Spyder, a Hublot Jaoilleri, and a San Francisco fixer-upper have in common? Apart from being highly coveted - they all cost a million dollars.
Been wondering what $1 million could get you in different US cities right now? Well, here's a quick comparison of five of them...
Built in 2020, this one bed, one bath condo is the only one bed home among 18 homes for sale in the Outer Parkside area. Stunning views and a private terrace complete the 800 square foot space while custom cabinets, Bertazzoni appliances, and quartz countertops all give it an elevated, modern look.
Pro: Walking distance to Lake Merced Park, Fort Funston (GGNRA), and Pine Lake Park.
Con: Highest price/sq.ft. among the 5 cities.
Modern, energy-efficient, EV-friendly, and great natural light make this 1,700 square foot Seattle home a great pick. With three beds and 3.5 baths, this home features roof decks, generous covered patios, plenty of natural light, and fresh filtered air systems.
Pro: Energy efficient and convenient transit.
Con: Low order-in score for food delivery.
At almost 2,500 square feet, this 2020 construction features a modern design with an open floor plan. The tree-lined yard, gourmet kitchen, and covered patio complete this four bed, 3.5 bath home.
Pro: At $424/sqft, this home is 10% lower priced than similar listings in the area.
Con: A walk score of 49, and a transit score of 47 so a car will be required.
Old world charm meets timeless elegance at this 4,140 sq.ft. property. The three bed and 3.5 bath home features a gorgeous library/office, a cast stone fireplace, and a side yard with a fountain for the perfect evening get together.
Pro: Lowest price/sq.ft. of the five cities.
Con: HOA fees at $3,293 is 46% higher than similar listings.
Coffered ceilings, custom lighting, and a gorgeous kitchen with a walk-in pantry make this home a buyer's delight. The 3,500 sq.ft. home with 4 bed, and 3.5 bath is complete with a beautiful backyard with an in-built BBQ.
Pro: Home has 324 sq.ft. more area than similar homes for sale in the region.
Con: A walk score of 26, and a transit score of 41 so a car will be required.
So, if you had a million dollars to spend on a home, what would you pick? One that features more space, is newly constructed, or one that is located in the center of all tech hubs?
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