There’s a new steal on the real estate market in San Francisco — by local standards, at least.

Sellers are asking $599,000 for a tiny, 570-square-foot home in the city’s southern Glen Park neighborhood, according to a listing that advertises an open house on Sunday afternoon. The listing for the property at 17 Laidley Street went up just over a week ago.

“Cheapest single family home in San Francisco!” the listing brags.

The petite white cottage has one bedroom and one bathroom, as well as a kitchen that was recently remodeled, the listing said. The lot is just 614 square feet, with no garage or yard, CBS SF reports. But the home is near public transportation and some restaurants, according to the TV station

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