Take a peek at this small shack in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood, now on the market for a whopping $2.5 million.
If you think this is outrageous, there’s always more than meets the eye.
While the shack situated at 863 Carolina Street looks uninhabitable (it really is), the $2.5 million price tag comes with a demolition permit approved by the city.
To help you envision what the possibilities could look like, listing agent Anne Laury of Coldwell Banker posted architectural drawings that show all the potential the property has.
That includes 360-degree views of the city, easy access to downtown, and close proximity to public transportation and freeways.
According to Zillow, the San Francisco Planning Department has approved and zoned the lot for 4,451-square-feet, four floors, four bedrooms, four full baths, a two-car garage, and a private elevator to each floor.
Zillow says the two-unit building plans could be applicable for occupancy by one family “for a large and luxurious home.”
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