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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Nothing too old or too small In SF

SFGate, September 21, 2015
By Amy Graff

This is what $350,000 buys you in San Francisco's crazy housing market

Fixer-upper is an understatement.  This
dilapidated shack at 16 De Long St., in San Francisco's Outer Mission District looks like a read-down.

The two-bedroom, one-bathroom "beauty" built in 1906 offers 765 square feet of living space and just went on the market for $350,000.  That's $458 per square-foot, which might be considered a "bargain" since the average price per square-foot in San Francisco is $957, according to real estate site Trulia.

"Distinguished home in need of work" reads the listing with Vanguard Properties.  "Contractor Special."

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