SAN FRANCISCO — Another day, another outrageous San Francisco real estate listing.
This one’s a sweetheart of a deal, really — only $35,000 — perfect for someone looking for a posh San Francisco address but doesn’t want the hassle of a posh San Francisco address.READ MORE: Belmont Neighborhood Search For Aggressive Mountain Lion
That’s because it’s an alley — a 7,405 square foot path between two multi-million dollar homes in the tony West Clay Park neighborhood. The lot (if you can call it that) is on 22nd Avenue, just north of Lake Street.
The MLS listing on realtor.com reads, “Be creative!”
That’s because you can’t build or park on it. There are existing easements allowing access to neighboring homeowners. There’s no water or sewer system either. It does include the air and underground rights — handy for drone airspace negotiations, or in the event of an oil discovery.READ MORE: Three Of Tonga’s Smaller Islands Badly Damaged By Tsunami; Concerns Mount Within Bay Area Tongan Community
In addition, it’s already paved. That’s a huge plus.
Interested parties had better hurry, because apparently someone has fallen in love with the place.
The status of the listing is marked, “pending.”
CBSSF.com writer, producer Jan Mabry is also executive producer and host of The Bronze Report. She lives in Northern California. Follow her on Twitter @janmabr.MORE NEWS: San Jose Food Pantry Staying Open After Raising Funds to Pay for Permit