A San Francisco home with a large light-up “YOLO” sign in the backyard could be yours for around $4.5 million.
The Russian Hill home at 1268 Lombard St. features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, across 2,550 square-feet with a private garage, roof deck and a spacious backyard—well, spacious by San Francisco standards.
"YOLO," means "you only live once," for those unfamiliar with the term. It was widely popularized by Canadian rapper Drake in his 2011 banger, "The Motto," featuring Lil Wayne.
Although, the term might date back to the early 90s.
Denise Kohne, a realtor with Compass who listed the property for sale, said the sign was there when the current owners purchased the home in 2018.
“We obviously wanted to include it with the sale, pass it on,” Kohne said.
In addition to the reminder to live life to the fullest, you can also enjoy a home-office and laundry services on the main floor—if you did decide to splash over $4 million on the house that is.
If you want to see the sign in all its hedonistic glory for yourself, the next open house is Sunday, after all—you only live once.