It’s no secret that small spaces can command some of the largest price tags when it comes to real estate, as everything is dependent on “location, location, location.” In popular metropolitan areas like New York City and San Francisco it’s not out of the ordinary to pay extraordinary prices for ordinary homes.
Knowing these facts it’s still a bit difficult to imagine spending nearly $1 million on a home that is only 10 feet wide. That’s exactly what we have here with this dwelling located in the small San Francisco neighborhood of Cole Valley. The contemporary home stacks two stories high with just over 1,000 square feet of living space, but is only 10 feet wide. The home features two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, and after originally being offered at $1 million, the sellers decided $849,000 was a better deal. For more architecture inspiration visit our homepage.