San Francisco’s housing crisis is so dire that one of the cheapest homes in the city is a ‘fixer’ that sold for $600,000. Take a look inside.

The 480-square-foot pink home at 66 Bishop St. in San Francisco is one of the smallest in the city. It’s also, with its whopping $600,000 price tag, one of the cheapest, SFGate reported.

The home sold in late December after two months on the market and a $50,000 price cut. It was advertised as a “fixer,” meaning whoever bought it basically paid over half a million dollars for the listing’s location and space — it’s on a 2,500-square-foot lot and could expand to 3,500 square feet of living space.

But in one of the most competitive real-estate markets in the country, stoked by Silicon Valley’s ever-growing tech sphere, house hunters can’t afford to be picky.

Take a look at what $600,000 bought the house’s new owners.