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One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco Fetches $665K

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco Fetches $665K

The sale of the two-level cottage at 554 46th Avenue, which sits on 644-square-foot lot behind two other homes which had shared a Sutro Heights parcel that has since been subdivided, has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $665,000. Legally a single-family home following the parcel’s subdivision,... Read More »

From Hotel Rooms to Apartments as Proposed

From Hotel Rooms to Apartments as Proposed

Approved as a residential hotel project and designed for short-term tenants, “such as professors or other people coming to the city for brief periods who need a place to live,” Panoramic Interests is now seeking approval to develop its 22-unit building to rise four stories at 2711 Shattuck Avenue... Read More »

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco for $599K

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco for $599K

Back in 1980, a single Outer Richmond parcel was legally subdivided into three separate lots. Behind the 600-square-foot house which fronts the street at 550 46th Avenue, a 650-square-foot house known as 552 46th Avenue sits. And behind that house, 554 46th Avenue occupies a 644-square-foot lot. Built around... Read More »

697-Square-Foot Carriage House Fetches $1,400 Per Foot

697-Square-Foot Carriage House Fetches $1,400 Per Foot

The modern 697-square-foot carriage house at 46 Mars, which is technically a condo as it shares a parcel with the house in front, has sold for $975,000 or $1,398 per square foot. While small in size, the carriage house is large in style and was renovated to make the... Read More »

Small House With Big Style In Corona Heights

Small House With Big Style In Corona Heights

Technically a condo as it shares a parcel with the home in front, the 697-square-foot “carriage house” at 46 Mars has been renovated to make the most of its small space, with four distinct areas across its upper level (dining, kitchen, bathroom, living) and even a proper bedroom below. A... Read More »

Former Earthquake Cottage Sells For Over $2K Per Square Foot

Former Earthquake Cottage Sells For Over $2K Per Square Foot

Purchased for $500K in 2010 having previously sold for $633K in 2005, the former earthquake cottage at 1448 Kearny Street returned to the market last month having been renovated by its artist-owner, with whitewashed floors, raised ceilings and a new sleeping loft to make the most of its 350-ish-square-foot... Read More »

Tiny Crocker Amazon Cottage Fetches $1,260 Per Square Foot

Tiny Crocker Amazon Cottage Fetches $1,260 Per Square Foot

The sale of the 266-square-foot “cozy cottage” at 527 Morse, one of the smallest single-family homes in San Francisco, has closed escrow.  And while the Crocker Amazon home which sits on 1,355 square foot lot with a storage shed in the front yard didn’t fetch its original list price... Read More »

An Artistic Re-Renovation Of An Earthquake Cottage

An Artistic Re-Renovation Of An Earthquake Cottage

Purchased for $633,000 in late 2005, the Telegraph Hill cottage at 1448 Kearny Street returned to the market in 2007 having been “magically  transformed” by an interior decorator “to resemble the cottages of napa valley bed & breakfast” and was listed for $779,000. And in 2010, the former earthquake... Read More »

A 266-Square-Foot “Starter Home” In San Francisco, For $379K

A 266-Square-Foot “Starter Home” In San Francisco, For $379K

Measuring a legal 266 square feet, the “cozy cottage” in need of “TLC” at 527 Morse Street is one of the smallest single-family homes in San Francisco. That measurement, however, does not include the “bonus…storage shed” which now sits in the front yard of the home’s rather small 1,355... Read More »

Cottage Charm In The City Listed For Under Four Hundred Grand

Cottage Charm In The City Listed For Under Four Hundred Grand

Set back from the street behind a flowering garden, we’ll agree. What the one-bedroom Bernal cottage at 129 Ellert Street might lack in terms of space, it makes up for in charm: It’s already a good use of existing space, but there’s room for improvement as well. Listed for... Read More »