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San Francisco’s smallest house on the market asks $595K

Pint-sized beauty measures 550 square feet

Photos courtesy of Todd Parrish, Intero Real Estate Services

Cue the tiny-home sirens: A circa-1915 wood shingled cottage in Visitacion Valley, set back from the street behind a larger abode, has the honor of being the smallest detached house on the market in San Francisco right now. And what a fun-size treat it is.

Coming with one bed and one bath, 150 Wilde Avenue measures 550 square feet. What it lacks in volume it makes up for in amenities—specifically, French pane windows, hardwood flooring, washer/dryer, and a full-floor basement with laundry.

It even has a brick patio with barbecuing and seating areas, with views of the Mt Diablo in the distance.

Ideally, most homes in San Francisco would come equipped with a little cottage like this hiding in the rear. Adorable.

Open house this Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4. Asking is $595,000.