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Piedmont home with private funicular cable car asks $1.7 million

This house has everything—falcons, a hillside railroad, fire... Designed in 1973 by Bay Area architect Bennett Christopherson for the Farnsworth family, this updated home in the tony town of Piedmont offers two ways of accessing the main property—by staircase or by super-cool funicular cable car. The main access to 99 Somerset’s front door is accessible via a hillside railroad, if you will, from the garage at street level.
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