Bay Area homes: Cupertino tiny house listed for whopping $1.7M – The San Francisco Standard

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If it wasn’t already, now seems like the exact moment California’s housing crisis got way out of hand. 

A 384-square-foot “house”—which, let’s be honest, is less than half the size of an average one-bedroom apartment in the country—is going for $1.7 million in the South Bay suburb of Cupertino. 

For those prices, it better come with a fancy pizza oven or an Apple Vision Pro because that’s equivalent to an eye-popping $4,400 per square foot. 

The listing describes the property as “cozy,” which is fair, although “tight” might be a more apt description. The front door opens directly into the kitchen, which notably does not include an oven or a range and is directly linked to the bedroom, which is connected to a covered outdoor patio.

Suddenly, one step out the backdoor reveals why the property yields such a high price tag.

There’s an empty 7,841-square-foot lot, which provides ample room for redevelopment opportunities. A “powerhouse of possibilities” awaits for any buyer who pays the right price, the brochure says. 

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