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A miniature home in Los Angeles‘ West Hollywood neighborhood recently sold for a whopping $1.1 million despite only offering 565 square feet inside. 

The 1924 Craftsman-bungalow – settled on a 2.240 square foot lot – is tucked away behind a row of hedges and located just across the street from a fire station. 

Despite the smaller interior and exterior, the home features a stunning wrap around deck and yard area, an open floor plan, and modern features to boot. 

A Zillow estimate of the property places the tiny home’s value at $1,187,200. 

As of August 2023, the median home price in California sits at $959,000. 

A miniature-home in Los Angeles ‘ West Hollywood neighborhood recently sold for a whopping $1.1 million despite only offering 565 square feet inside

The home sits on a 2,240 square foot lot on Cynthia Street in West Hollywood

According to the home’s Zillow listing, the ‘curated cottage’ is located at 8861 1/2 Cynthia Street and is tucked away in a ‘private and serene’ setting. 

Photos of the property show the home’s large windows and glass doors, open floor plan, and expansive outdoor area. 

Inside, the home has a chef’s kitchen with plenty of counter space, a small island, a dishwasher, and multiple refrigerator drawers.  

The one-bed, one-bath home also has an adorable nook for dining and ample space for a living room and dining set, according to the listing. 

Outside, the home has a fire pit, hot tub spa, wrap around porch and lounge area big enough entertain guests or family.

In the heart of the up and coming West Hollywood neighborhood, the bungalow also offers access to unique shops and restaurants on Santa Monica Boulevard. 

‘This one is a jewel!’ the listing states. 

Despite the amenities, one real estate agent said the home had to have its price knocked down several times.  

‘Buyers were not having it, forcing the sellers to drop their price several times,’ real estate agent Daniel Madariaga told the WeHo Times.

‘The original asking price was $1.4 million,’ Madariaga said. 

The home is a one-bed, one-bath property 

The home’s living room and dining room 

The outdoor space includes a wrap-around porch

A view of the front yard and wrap-around deck area

The kitchen utilizes refrigerator drawers to provide ample counter space

The high priced home comes as California’s housing market continues to see a massive uptick in median and average prices. 

In August, the median listing home price in Los Angeles was $1.2 million. 

That marks an upward movement of 22.5 percent year-over-year. 

The Golden State overall is also experiencing similar trends. 

The median listing home price per square foot was $713, according to Realtor.com, while the median home sold price was $959,000.

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