San Francisco 'fixer upper' home with no bedrooms sells for nearly $2M

ByAndrew Morris KGO logo
Saturday, January 15, 2022
SF home with no bedrooms sells for nearly $2M
A badly-damaged house in San Francisco's Noe Valley neighborhood reportedly sold for $1.97 million.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Typically, the sale of a home in San Francisco for close to $2M wouldn't turn any heads.

But this home in the Noe Valley neighborhood is anything but typical.

The real estate website The Real Deal reports the home sold for $1.97M.

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It comes with zero bedrooms, and two bath.

However, you do get a backyard, if you want to call it that.

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The Zillow listing describes the fixer-upper as a "contractor's special" and the "worst house on the best block".