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Check out the S.F. landmarks in the bathrooms of this $5.85M Willis Polk Tudor

In 1893, Willis Polk designed a grand Tudor Revival home on top of Pacific Heights. At the time, the famed architect was at the beginning of his lauded local career. He would go on to create many other gorgeous residences, as well as landmarks like the Hallidie and Hobart buildings downtown, One Lombard Street at
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