If you’ve always dreamed of owning property in California’s coastal city of Long Beach, now is your chance — as long as you’ve got $18,000 to spare and not a lot of stuff.
The approximately 0.01-acre commercial lot can be used “for storage, food stand or parking carts, bikes etc,” according to real estate agent Tova Oren’s listing. Utilities are also available for buyers interested in the small swath of land sandwiched between office buildings and a parking lot for a martial arts center.
Though the pricey property comes with more of a catch than its tiny footprint. As the New York Post reported, nearly 65 feet of the 360 square foot lot is sloped and nearly unusable as far as for building a small structure.