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Ross midcentury gem asks $2.8 million

First time on the market since 1957 While we adore midcentury homes, à la Eichers, for their ability to mesh design with utilitarian effectiveness, we have to admit to having a soft spot for truly lavish ones set inside the toniest of neighborhoods. This one in Belvedere is one example. And this 1951 midcentury, at 18 Sylvan Lane is another. Built in 1951 by developer Jeremy Ets-Hokin—most noteworthy for tearing down Playland-at-the-Beach, which he later regretted, in a ditched effort to build condominiums overlooking Ocean Beach—the two-floor house comes with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and approximately 3,920 square feet.
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