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Rousseau-style Marina house asks $3.99 million

The neighborhood’s own Rousseau enlightenment When does the Marina look on the Sunset with envy? When it comes time to drop the western-lying neighborhood’s favorite R-word: Rousseau. Take the case of 3239 Webster Street, a delectable three bed, three and a half bath Marina house now listed for $3.99 million, up from its last $2.17 million sale in 2005. How to sum up its creamy style? Just by invoking the names of the Rousseau brothers, Oliver and Arthur, the prolific Depression-era builders who populated the Sunset with so many of their Spanish Colonial storybook houses that the city may even create a special historic preservation zone for their works along 35th Avenue.
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