San Francisco’s most expensive neighborhood? In 2010, Pacific Heights beat out Sea Cliff by a long shot with a median price home costing a cool $3.5 million. (And after witnessing the tsunami in Japan, people may be willing to pay even more for commanding the heights.)
Or you could buy seven homes in the Excelsior District instead. Or one in Noe Valley and pocket the $2 million in change. Hmmmm.
These charts are courtesy of Paragon Real Estate Group, which does some very nice data crunching of its own. Gotta give credit where credit’s due.