Golf Pads
November 11, 2015

A house on San Francisco Golf Club will cost you less than $1 million. But there's a catch.

In most parts of the U.S., browsing real estate listings in the $850,000 range will get you talk of granite kitchens, central air and master bedrooms.

In San Francisco, it might get you your own lot. A garage would be a bonus.

No real estate in the City by the Bay can truly be considered a bargain, but this three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,480-sqft home has several things going for it that the golf savvy buyer might appreciate. In addition to the aforementioned two-car garage, it sits in the literal epicenter of San Francisco's golf world -- adjacent to San Francisco Golf Club on Wilshire Ave, two blocks from the Olympic Club and around the corner from TPC Harding Park.

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You can expect to do some updating on the inside -- $850,000 fixer-uppers are a thing around here -- but the "spacious" backyard abuts San Francisco Golf Club, giving you a great conversation starter will all the old-money types you'll need to meet to have a chance to get in. (Hollering over the tall chain link fence in your backyard? Tacky.) The good news is that the property taxes are less than $2,000 a year -- leaving you plenty in reserve for those dues.