In the heart of SoMa, a tiny studio clocking in at just 307 square feet has just hit the market asking $379,000. That puts the asking price at $1,234 per square foot, a big mark for a one-room offering on 7th Street that doesn't even come close to squeezing in a full-size refrigerator. The studio is well kept, with shiny hardwood floors and a big bay window to let in light. A Murphy bed folds up into the wall, allowing some space to move around, and there is deeded storage included.
The biggest downfall of the small space is its "updated kitchenette" wedged into what is basically a hallway. There is a small stove and some cabinets, but the fridge is seriously tiny, and counter space is basically nonexistent. There is also no room for a dishwasher, a situation that is common in San Francisco rentals but seems rather disheartening at a price of more than $1,200 per square to buy a home. (On the bright side, at least you can preheat the oven from bed?) No parking is included, but there is a common roof deck with a few tables and chairs.
The studio is in the same building as this 291-square-foot unit with an even more minuscule kitchen that recently sold for $415,000—a depressing $116,000 over its list price—so we imagine that this property also has a strong chance of going for well over asking.
· The Smallest Condo for Sale in SF Is Just 291 Square Feet [Curbed SF]
· At Just 291 Square Feet, SF's Tiniest Condo Sells for $415K [Curbed SF]
· 195 7th Street #209 [Redfin]