Tiny, dilapidated house listed for $350,000 In San Francisco
Real estate is all about location, and those who want to purchase a property in San Francisco are going to need some deep pockets or be prepared to compromise on space.
For example, a tiny, dilapidated home in the Outer Mission area has been listed for $350,000.
Built in 1906, it includes 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom within 765 square feet of space.
On the outside, it looks noticeably smaller than the two buildings on either side of it, and its brown wood siding appears to need repair or replacement.
Perhaps in acknowledgement of the condition, the listing reportedly describes it as a "distinguished home in need of work."
According to a recent report by the San Francisco Chronicle, the median home price in the Bay Area is close to an all-time high at $661,000.
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