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1960s beach bungalow outside San Francisco yours for $645K

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Measures just 450 square feet

Exterior shot of rustic seaside bungalow made of wood.
The 450-square-foot bungalow has its own sundeck.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

Make this 1960 beach house in Marin County, California, your home base for all your surfing and ocean needs. One of five TICs (tenancy in common investments) on the lot, the wood-framed shack is literal steps from Stinson Beach and the Bolinas Bay and packs in everything you need in an efficient 450-square-foot space.

One bedroom, one bath, and an open-plan living, kitchen, and dining area make up this seaside bungalow, with original details like beamed ceilings, linoleum floors, and cabinets creating a homey and charming environment. A wood-burning stove offers extra heat, while skylights, clerestory windows, and a large picture window allow sunlight to pour in.

As for outdoor access, a private gated yard features a patio and sun deck that look out onto nearby Mount Tamalpais, which offers impressive hiking trails and more. And, of course, the beach is right there, too. Located at 17 Calle De Pinos, just an hour northwest of San Francisco, it’s yours for $645,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty