(Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner file photo)

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Which SF neighborhood has the Bay Area’s highest average home sales price?

No doubt about it, buying a home in San Francisco is expensive.

In fact, two neighborhoods in The City actually ranked as having the highest median sales price for homes so far this year out of all other Bay Area counties, according to a report released Monday by San Francisco-based Paragon Real Estate.

The median sales price of homes that sold in the Bay Area this year are:

Marin County:
Belvedere (median price of $3,291,000)
Ross (median price of $3,037,500)

San Mateo County:
Atherton (median sale price of $4,759,400)
Hillsborough (median sale price of) $3,912,500

Alameda County:
Piedmont (median sale price of $2,256,000)

Contra Costa County:
Unincorporated Diablo (median sale price of $1,842,000)
Alamo (median sale price of $1,630,000)

Santa Clara County:
Unincorporated Los Altos Hills (median sale price of $3,850,000)
Los Altos (median sale price of $2,699,000)
Palo Alto (median sale price of $2,577,500)

Napa/Sonoma counties:
St. Helena (median sale price of $1,277,500)

San Francisco County:
If Pacific and Presidio Heights in San Francisco was its own town, it would rank highest in the Bay Area, with a median house sales price of $6,237,500

(Courtesy Paragon Real Estate)developmenthousingParagon Real EstatePlanning

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