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The least expensive home in San Francisco just got a price cut – but it will still run you a whopping $600,000.
The 570-square-foot cottage with one bedroom and one bath in the Northern California city’s Glen Park neighborhood may not have a garage or backyard, but it still offers a better price than any other property on the market at $599,000.
The article goes on to state the following:
The recently-renovated home was originally listed in March for $675,000 but was taken off the market in August after months without an interested buyer.
It’s now getting a lot of attention for its slightly more palatable price tag, according to Laurel Realty listing agent Jeff Appenrodt.
San Francisco’s least expensive property just got a price cut – but the one-bedroom house still costs an eye-watering $600,000 https://t.co/izrhG3GI9z
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) September 15, 2019
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