San Francisco is renowned for pricey housing. But $350,000 for a shanty?
That’s Vanguard Properties’ asking price on a shack in the city’s Outer Mission District. The humble abode was reportedly built to accommodate Bay City residents after the 1906 earthquake.
The 765-square-foot single-story features wood siding, two bedrooms and one bath. Admittedly, it needs some TLC. Vanguard has listed the property as a “Contractor Special” and describes it as “a distinguished home in need of work.”
Still, the property runs for less than $458 per square foot in a market that commands, on average, $957 per square foot, according to Trulia.