This tiny, zero-bedroom house costs (only) half a million dollars in L.A.

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LOS ANGELES — A tiny house in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Beverly Glen is selling for nearly half a million dollars.

At 264 square-feet, it’s not much bigger than the carport where the washer and dryer are stored.

The zero-bedroom, one-bathroom house was built in 1924. It comes with beamed ceilings, skylights and a back deck big enough for a grill. The ‘cozy’ cottage also comes with a small yard.

The listing suggests buyers could use the house as an “artist or writer retreat.”

With a $499,000 asking price, the house ends up being nearly $1,900 per square foot.

According to Zillow, the average house in Beverly Glen costs $2,100,500.

 

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