We feel like it’s been a while since we’ve reported a good “WTF HOW MUCH IS THIS HOUSE IN THE BAY AREA?” story.
So we’re more than happy to share one with you we found recently on OpenListings.com.
Behold, this “beautiful home in the midst of Noe Valley.”
This 2-bed, 1-bath home built in 1948 spans a little less than a thousand square feet, but covers a 2,082-square-foot lot.
The open floor plan boasts high ceilings and a large dining room, plus hardwood flooring in the living room and carpet in the bedrooms for ultimate luxury. Note: “There may be possible hardwood underneath,” according to the listing.
Hate finding street parking? Not to worry! There’s a 2-car tandem garage for your convenience.
And to think this gem only stayed on the market for a mere 23 days.
Final sale price was $1.3 million.
That’s down from its original asking price back in March — $1.5 million.
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