“I was amazed it was going for that much money,” said Joe Moreno, who lives nearby. “Does it have plumbing? I mean, does it have facilities?”
The answer is yes. The 200-square-foot unit also has a wall air conditioner, new laminate flooring and a kitchenette — sink, bar refrigerator, oven with four-burner cooktop.
A worker at J.D. Property Management, which is renting the unit, said he expected to get asking price. After all, a prior tenant rented it for $1,100 a month for two years.
No bathroom? The neighbors must love this
For 1k you can’t ask for too much…
I have units in Oakland for roughly that price! 2 bedroom, 1 bath, and a garage.
Too bad the tenants won’t move!
Should have gone into the shed business instead.
I wonder what the “rental” contract looks like.
Is it a “storage contract” and the landlord pretends not to know that someone sleeps there?
I think it would be risky to sign a residential rental agreement or lease for a shed. In any CA jurisdiction.
Doesn’t pass muster as a legal dwelling unit.