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Tiny renovated Eureka Valley home asks $1.3 million

1907 home goes through dramatic transformation

Set back from the street, 433 Liberty provides an excellent example of how to do a renovation with some semblance of originality. Which is to say, antiseptic interiors and acne lighting won’t be found inside this tiny home on a hill.

Featuring one bed, one bath, and only 980 square feet, this 1907 Victorian is a tight squeeze, sure. But its recent renovation has opened up the ceiling and highlighted the exposed beams. New hardwood flooring, light fixtures, and brightened interiors give it an airy feel.

Small? Yes. Stunning? Absolutely.

Speaking of things that aren’t small, it’s asking $1,395,000.