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‘Distressed’ Dolores Heights teardown asks $7 million

A San Francisco Edwardian with less than 1,100 square feet has recently come to market asking an even $7 million, or over $6,500 per square foot. What, you may be asking, could possibly justify that price? Is it the most glorious and pristinely preserved example of Edwardian architecture in the city? Nope, in fact the
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