Property Porn: SF's Smallest Home Hits the Market for $600K

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Crammed onto San Francisco's smallest lot (a measly 644 sq. ft.) this single-family home has hit the market with a bang, bringing new meaning to the saying, "good things come in small packages." 

San Francisco ex-mayor Adolph Sutro used his mining fortune to build this special abode. A cobblestone path leads guests past the covered front porch and into the intimate quarters of this two-story cottage. The first floor boasts an open-floor plan with the home's original hardwood floors and period details. Chic and modern decor fill the space. A laundry room and updated kitchen round out the bottom level, while two bedrooms, a family room, and bathroom can be found upstairs. 

And what this home may lack in space, it makes up for in location. Step outside and walk just a few blocks to Sutro Heights Park, Cliff House, or Lands End. Don't feel like leaving the house? Feel free to take in those ocean views from the comfort of your own bedroom. 

Here are the deets: 

Location: 554 46th Avenue, San Francisco

Asking Price: $599,000

Bedrooms: 2

Bathroom: 1

Levels: 2

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