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Ivy-covered turn-of-the-century cottage in Zuckerberg’s ‘hood asks $849K

There aren’t many places in the country where a dilapidated, ivy-covered 100-plus-year-old cottage would be able to come to market for nearly $850,000. But San Francisco, specifically the ever-tonier neighborhood of Dolores Heights, is definitely one of those places. Asking nearly $1,000 for each one of its 880 square feet, 163A Liberty Street has “seen
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