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Thumbnail of Stinson Beach propertyThis lovely beach home in Stinson Beach is 100 yards from the Pacific Ocean. Innovative but quite small, this beach house features stunning views of the mountains along the coast in addition to various vistas of the village and the ocean.

The house is set up as a vacation rental and is fully outfitted for short term or long term stays.

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Only one block up from the fabled Haight Street, this 1910’s early craftsman building is located right in the heart of the action in the Lower Haight neighborhood of San Francisco. The building features a large cornice, bay windows, and large trims typical of craftsman era buildings. Nearby there are boutiques, restaurants, bars, health food stores, etc. You can do all your errands without ever having to get in the car. The building is also close to Alamo Square with the famous “Painted Ladies” and Duboce Park.

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Thumbnail of Dolores St. propertyThis 1930’s era art deco building sits on an attractive street with a shady boulevard full of huge palm trees.  It is within walking distance of Dolores Park, a great place for enjoying a nice day, playing tennis, or watching free outdoor movies during summer.  The building is located in the Mission District near Mission Dolores, one of the most walkable neighborhoods in San Francisco, with plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops just around the corner.

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Thumbnail of Natoma St. propertyThis four-unit late Victorian era building, located in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood, was completely rehabilitated in the early 90’s with new plumbing, electrical, insulation and finishes.  It is within walking distance of downtown and the financial district.  It is close to various theaters, downtown shopping, and Union Square.  The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is nearby as well as the San Francisco Modern Art Museum.

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Thumbnail of Valencia St. propertyThis mixed-use building is located in the center of the Mission District and right in the heart of the Valencia Street corridor. It is two blocks from the 24th Street BART station. The building was rebuilt from the foundation up in 2000. It is close to great restaurants, bars, and Dolores Park. On this block alone there is a vintage clothing store, a yoga studio, and a brand new Arizmendi co-op bakery. No need for a car when you live within walking distance of everything you need.

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This single family Tudor style view home sits at the end of a private cul-de-sac in the Berkeley Hills neighborhood, just blocks away from the Gourmet Gulch and the Berkeley Rose Garden.  It is also minutes away from BART, UC Berkeley and shopping on Solano Street. The house is located in a terrific public school district.

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Thumbnail of Stinson Beach propertyThis charming single family home in Stinson Beach is 100 yards from the Pacific Ocean. Innovative but quite small, this beach house features stunning views of the mountains along the coast in addition to various vistas of the village, Bolinas Lagoon and the sea.

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This 100-year-old craftsman style nine-unit apartment building is situated in the King’s Hill neighborhood of Southwest Portland. The building is located two blocks from shopping on NW 23rd Avenue and only three minutes away from a grocery store and a wide variety of restaurants. It is also very close to Jeld-Wen Soccer Field, the home of the Portland Timbers. The MAX is easily accessible. Downtown Portland is very close, as well as Washington Park and the Rose Garden.

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