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Vacant land in San Francisco costs up to $10 million

Now that’s some premium dirt This is getting out of hand. Last week we took a look at not one but two barren San Francisco properties asking well more than $1 million despite the notable absence of, well, everything that could possibly be there. No sooner were those stories live than a tipster emailed us about another one, this one asking $5.5 million. Admittedly, the 4,300-foot lot at 19 Arguello is a bit of a different case: In addition to the land, you’re buying the entitlements for a 7,400 square foot house, which is certainly nothing to sneeze at.
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