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The Smallest Lot in San Francisco Costs $599,000

The smallest lot in San Francisco: an 830-square-foot two bedroom in SF has hit the market at almost $600,000.

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I am a big believe that it isn’t the amount of space you have, it’s what you do with it. Especially living in New York, I have witnessed people create miracles with tiny square footage. I wouldn’t put up with that if I were living anywhere else other than New York however, so this real estate listing in San Francisco has my attention. And not the good kind of attention, because it’s basically a small fortune for most humans on Planet Earth to own the smallest lot in San Francisco.

Located in Sutro Heights, the 830-square-foot cottage is squeezed onto a 644-square-foot lot. The interior is modernized with white paint and granite countertops, and the original hardwood floors remain.

READ MORE: San Francisco: The Most Expensive House on the Market

The two bedrooms are the size of a walk-in closet, and can only fit double-sized beds, but there is a full bath, an eat-in kitchen, and a washer dryer utility room. There are also views of Golden Gate Park from upstairs.

Listing agent Heather Stoltz believes the property at 544 46th Ave might be the smallest lot in the city containing a single-family home.

Apparently this price tag has garnered a lot of interest since there is an overflow of people looking to buy in the $600,000 range in San Francisco. Over 300 people showed up to a two-hour open house.

Say what you will about needing space, but when living in San Francisco is important to you, you could do worse than this tiny diamond in the rough.

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