Just when you thought the Northern California real estate market couldn’t get more nuts, there’s a new level of madness. It comes in the form of a Silicon Valley shack that’s on the market for nearly 2 million bucks. And guess what? You can’t even live in it. Meet the uber-expensive teardown.

829 La Para Ave. in Palo Alto, CA, is a 180-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom dwelling, but no one’s offering it up as a tiny house in which to live simply and get to Google right quick (it’s 20 minutes away by bike). Rather, according to the ad, this house—situated on a 6,886-square-foot lot—presents an “exciting opportunity to build your dream home.”

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