Sure, there's nothing wrong with cookie-cutter houses... but there's something special about an unusual piece of property.
They hit different, they have character, there's a story behind them. Plus they're just more fun to browse if you're obsessed with home stalking like we are.
Built in 1900, 635 Baker Street is located in the heart of North Panhandle and is about as quirky as it gets. The trophy Victorian exterior is charming and the four-unit interior is packed with quirks - peep the top floor pied-à-terre which we'd personally like to hide away in.
It just dropped in price by $140,000 and would be a "solid buy for the savvy investor" - that you? Check out the full listing here.
Oh, your home doesn't come with an outdoor soaking tub that looks out to San Francisco Bay? Fear not, 72 Putnam Street does!
The Bermal Heights property consists of two lots totaling 3,502 square feet. The first is a remodeled 1909 cottage with two beds, two baths, and a veryyyy funky Bulthaup kitchen. The second is an adjacent vacant lot with an approved plan for additions and decking.
Run, do not walk, to browse the full listing here.
What's more unique than living on water?! That's right, this rare floating home on Mission Creek is one of only 20 live-aboards in San Francisco. With a surprising three beds and three baths across three levels, the loft-style open concept home also features a contiguous outdoor space.
Fun fact: at $948/sqft, 300 Channel Street #14 is 18% lower priced than similar listings in the area and HOA fees are 61% lower than similar listings at $398.
Explore more of this unique floating home here.
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