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A charming studio that’s fit for the frugal is now on the market for $379,000. It’s one heck of a bargain considering the median home value in San Francisco hovers around $1.2 million.

Described as a pied-à-terre (an apartment or condominium within a large city, usually purchased as a secondary residence), 2124 Hyde Street Unit A offers 240 square feet of compact, yet functional living space.

Located inside a seven-unit bright yellow Edwardian built in 1913, you’re sure to get an interesting smattering of neighbors, both new to the city and settled. It’s located in the Russian Hill neighborhood — just east of Little Italy’s North Beach and north of Nob Hill, a central spot but not in the heart of SoMa or FiDi.

One of the most desirable amenities is the unit’s deck access. At 200 square feet, it looks goliath next to the studio’s interior, and features plenty of space for al fresco dining or entertaining guests. Inside the home, there are light bamboo floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, custom cabinetry and a Murphy bed that can be easily tucked away. There’s also a deeded storage room across the hall that can be used as a secluded home office.

Additionally, the unit comes with a trash disposal and dishwasher, with laundry facilities in the basement. HOA dues are $545/month and include water, garbage, external building maintenance and homeowners insurance, as well as property tax. Curiously, it’s listed at 69 percent below the median price for the 94109 zip code.

If interested, you’re in luck — there’s an open house on Saturday, September 16th between 1:30pm and 4:00pm. Walk a few steps around the home-for-one or take a moment to covertly suntan on the deck.

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Photo: Compass

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