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A 264-Square-Foot Micro Unit Hits the Market, Asks $425K

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At 264 square feet, 412 Green St. isn't the smallest home we've covered on Curbed SF, but it's very close. What sets it apart is that the eight-unit building it is in has a roof deck that gives it arguably one of the best views in town. From the top of the building, you can see Coit Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay, and the Transamerica Pyramid. Given its location at the intersection of Grant and Green Streets, this is a small unit with a big walk score: a perfect 100.

Inside, the home has a unique layout. The bedroom area and kitchen are elevated on a platform with a hardwood floor, setting it apart from the carpeted living area. The bed would likely go on the platform, which also contains a long (but shallow) closet. The kitchen has a small eat-in counter and a two-burner stove and no visible oven. The creators likely meant to make it feel larger by providing visual cues for room division.

The views from the roof deck really are spectacular, but many will be as attracted to the price: $425,000.


· 412 Green St. [Redfin]
· More micro unit coverage [Curbed]