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Saitowitz house in Mission Dolores sells for record price

Sometimes you really can win for losing The five-bed, Stanley Saitowitz-designed house at 50 Oakwood (right next to Dolores Park) poses a riddle to market watchers: When is $6.8 million not a lot of money? Technically, the answer is never. It’s $6.8 million, after all, and after wrapping up a sale for that sum late Friday, the house is bound to not only be the top dollar seller all week and may even be a record for the neighborhood in general.
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