Most properties in San Francisco don’t come cheap. But a small part of the Richmond District just hit the market asking just $35,000. Of course, there’s a catch.
A 7,200-square-foot alley at 81 22nd Avenue, just a block from the Presidio park, is for sale and it currently functions as a shared driveway that runs between a block of houses, according to the New York Post.
“I assumed that these sorts of things were owned by municipalities,” listing agent Fred Glick told Curbed in 2015, when it first listed for $50,000. “But I was wrong.”
Still, it’s just an alley. Nevertheless, the listing says that the alley could make money — charging the U.S. Navy for airspace rights when the Blue Angels fly over during Fleet Week. [NYP] —Christopher Cameron