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Tiburon ‘castle’ asks $3 million

Hillside redoubt near Lyford’s Tower has wild history They say that your home is your castle, but nobody mentions what happens to castles when they funds run out, landslides bury the whole thing, and 100 years later buyers are poking around your former bootlegging cellar during a weekend open house. As far as castles go, 34 Linda Vista Avenue in Tiburon is a relatively minor redoubt at four beds, two baths, and roughly 3,200 square feet, all of it on the market to the tune of $3 million.
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