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Dolores Heights teardown cottage tempts at $849,000

Another day, another teardown in the city’s hottest neighborhood Few rues in Dolores Heights are as charming as Liberty. Once the home of such luminaries as Tracy Chapman, it’s now where many tech ilk plant roots. And this teardown cottage lands on the market well under the million-dollar mark. Coming in at one beds, two baths, and a mere 880 square feet, this circa 1900 home has seen better days.
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