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This San Francisco home is priced at a low $488K, but there's a catch

A house is for sale in San Francisco at a price some residents may find shockingly low considering the costly Golden Gate City housing market.

The 3 bed, 2 bath home at 30 North View Court in the city's Russian Hill neighborhood is up for $488,000,.

But there's one catch: The new owner may not be able to move in until 2053.

This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home at 30 North View Court is for sale in San Francisco at price some residents may find shocking low considering the pricy Golden Gate City housing market, according to a listing posted on Zillow.

According to the listing, the single-family home is currently tenant-occupied and to be sold as is. It's described as an "investment opportunity for just the right buyer."

"Current tenant claims SF City- tenant protection class- status," it continues. "Tenant's current lease appears to grant tenants strong long term rent rate amount restrictions, unconventional method of rental payment, and possible occupancy rights until 2053."

The listing does not clarify what the unconventional method is.

Park North Real Estate聽listed the house on the website June 6. 91影视 has reached out to Park North Real Estate.

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Current tenant may live there until 2053 and continue to pay same rate

Under an agreement, the listing reades, the current tenant can possibly continue to live there until 2053 and pay the same amount of rent each month 鈭 just under $417.

It goes on to say, the tenant will also also pay their own garbage, water and electricity bills.

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Nearly 30,000 views in 13 days

As of Friday morning Pacific Time, the listing had been on the market for 13 days and garnered nearly 30,000 views.

The 1,100 square-foot home, built in 1924, is on a "cute" cul-de-sac. It includes a driveway, garage and fenced-in backyard, the listing reads.

Disclaimer: Former owner, 'over 100 years old,' died in home

Another catch? The listing ends with the following disclaimer:

"Seller hereby reserves the right to reject, counter and/or accept any offer... Former male owner, over 100 years old died by natural cause in home."

Natalie Neysa Alund is a senior reporter for 91影视. Reach her at nalund@usatoday.com and follow her on X @nataliealund.

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