For those looking to be part of California’s infrastructure, this one bedroom home is very affordable.
Perched on the edge of a bridge over a shallow stream in downtown Alhambra, this troll-style abode is one of Los Angeles County’s cheapest properties—and deed-holders are scrambling to scoop it up.
“Here are 10 properties under $250,000 in LA County,” said Compass agent Douglas Lee. which has a listing of $249,950Told the post of your appeal.
“It is unique and has attracted a lot of attention. It could easily be converted into a modern treehouse and then rented out on Airbnb.”
In addition to its relative affordability in a brutal real estate market, the 462-square-foot abode has also garnered a lot of interest from those who just want to take a peek inside.
“I decided to open the house for just one hour on Saturday and one hour on Sunday,” Lee told a local news outlet. KTLA5,
“So even on that we had at least 40 to 50 groups coming in within that hour because they were eager to watch.”
As well as having a quaint location and an attractive price tag, the waterfront unit also includes a rooftop patio with nearly the same square footage as the house, but is separated from the adjacent street only by a metal fence.
Buyer beware: A bathroom pad has been vacant for nearly 20 years, having been used mostly for storage after the current owner bought it in 2005 for just $72,000, Lee told KTLA5.
,[He] Was basically going to try and use it like a man cave, a place to just relax, meditate or whatever. But he never really got around to it,” he said.
As a result of disuse, several renovations are in order, including nearly $3,000 worth of mold reduction.