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Glorious Sea Cliff Spanish-Mediterranean asks $4.8 million

Dreamy 1926 charmer comes with approximately 4,300 square feet of space One of the city’s smallest neighborhoods is also one of its priciest. We are talking about Sea Cliff, that hood you go through to get to China Beach and Baker Beach. Well, one of the bonkers abodes inside said enclave is on the market. Coming in at six beds, four baths, and approximately 4,300 square feet, the house at 54 Sea Terrace boasts two wood-burning fireplaces, two kitchens (one main, the other a small one inside a studio space), wood accents, superb staircase, iron details, and more.
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