Does an asking price of $749K for a single-family home seem too good to be true for America's hottest neighborhood? The property has strings attached, and those strings are facing a wall and Highway 101 as a backyard. Still interested? Read on. The 2-bed, 1-bath, 1,785-square-foot home just came onto the market asking $749K, or $420 per square. That's nearly half of the median price per square foot of the neighborhood, which is $817. If you can get past the location, then this home is absolutely glorious. It was built "around the turn of 20th century and moved to its present location in 1948." It's picturesque. Bay windows, ornate moldings, a brick fireplace. There's even an unfinished lower level that looks to be the same size as the entire footprint of the home. We've got photos of the interiors as well as the home's view.