Way down at the southwestern corner of the city, just a hop from Daly City BART, sits this prize: 89 Belle Avenue. As Curbed explains, the three-unit property was gutted by a fire four years ago, and has sat charred and vacant ever since. So, yes, it's essentially a tear-down, kind of in the Ingleside Heights neighborhood but not exactly, conveniently located next to the 280 freeway, and the seller is asking $1.4 million.

Behold, the wonders of its interior — and I'm wondering why the agent even bothered with any of these pictures when, in cases like this Dolores Heights teardown from June (now marked down to $6.5M), they chose to shield potential buyers from any potentially dissuading photography.


Photo: MLS

Photo: MLS

Photo: MLS

According to the listing the freeway-fronting building is "uninhabitable," but has "plenty of upside potential" despite "severe fire & water damage throughout."

You know they flipped a coin in that brokers' office to see who'd be stuck with this one.

Any takers?

Related: House Sadness: Dolores Heights Teardown With No Interior Photos Hits Market For $7 Million

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