Becoming an increasingly tech-dominated city, San Francisco has made quite a name for itself in the real estate realm, but not in the best way. Its notoriously steep market prices almost make the idea of being a homeowner laughable, but this one Outer Mission shack might just make it a possibility for someone.
The home was built in 1906, and characterizing it as rundown is one way to put it. For $350,000 (which is unbelievably reasonable for SF), you can enjoy a 765-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bath home. Although the interior is just as poorly maintained as its exterior, the house is most valued for its land — location is everything, after all.
The current owner has kept the 16 De Long Street property for over 30 years, but it's been vacant for the past seven. In an area where the average square foot is $1,066, it's likely that the half-priced asking numbers will get a taker.
Would you live in this shack-like home?