In the highly-priced Bay Area, it may not surprise residents these days to find a San Francisco abode asking for nearly $1 million on the open market.
What may shock homeowners is that a cramped cottage built over 100 years ago is currently fetching $849,000, according to Estately.
Built in the 1900s, this one-bedroom, two-bath home with luscious vines crawling all over its battered exterior is nestled into the Dolores Heights neighborhood, according to Estately.
The 880-square-foot house, which sits on a lot sized at 1,158 square feet, is located just a few blocks from Dolores Park and one of Mark Zuckerberg's multi-million dollar Bay Area pads, according to Curbed San Francisco.
Underneath the yellow facade and green vines, the establishment features vaulted ceilings, views of the downtown skyline and a spiral metal staircase, according to Estately.