Tiny little busted-ass shack for sale in San Francisco for $350,000

Here’s what the listing says:

Two Bedrooms Fixer located in the Outer Mission. Distinguished home in need of work.

“Outer Mission”:

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[Map by Google Maps]

23 Responses to “Tiny little busted-ass shack for sale in San Francisco for $350,000”

  1. Grizzled Mission says:

    First task – free victims from crawlspace.

  2. Marvin St. Love says:

    That actually is Outer Mission. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Outer+Mission,+San+Francisco,+CA/@37.7220888,-122.4436351,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x808f7c2f73824491:0x485e09198905511c

    That neighborhood was called Outer Mission long, long, long before hipsters noticed that the city actually extended south of Cesar Chavez.

    • Tuffy says:

      The hipsters didn’t try to rebrand South of Army, the real estate speculators did to try and attract the hipsters.

  3. N Judah says:

    Third task — Flip property for $1M after finding said victims.

  4. Al says:

    Fourth Task – rent out to starving families.

  5. 16 De Long street is an assemblage of at least 3 1906 Earthquake Refugee Cottages. Sf Planning has it listed as a Category A – Historic Resource Present.

    over 5000 cottages like these were built and placed in San Francisco parks starting in the Fall of 1906. by 1908, the parks were cleared and cottages like these were moved, mostly by their occupants, to various locations around the city.

  6. Disliking Things says:

    Let’s talk about how terrible all the sponsored “Pop’s” posts are on this site and how the new Pop’s is totally ass anyways.

    I’d comment on those posts directly but since they are straight up advertising, the comments are locked.

  7. Rob T says:

    Real estate speculation aside, Tortas Boos Voni is the heat. For sure worth a trip out there.

  8. Truth says:

    They make it sound like the price reflects the shack itself, what you are paying for is the land. If anything the shack removes value from the property because whoever buys it is going to have to pay to demolish it. If it was just a dirt lot you could probably ask for 400k.