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Stately Manse Requires a Thick Pocketbook

Completely renovated in 2004 to fit "today's lifestyle," this circa 1920s Sea Cliff home is nothing short of stately. It's also very, very expensive. But what do you expect from a 5-bed, 5.5-bath, 4,400-square-foot home in Sea Cliff? Since you're wondering: $4,180,000, which is about $200 more per square foot than neighborhood average. The home is packed with all sorts of fancy: "deep" mouldings, customized built-ins and period-authentic fixtures. There's a lower-level family room that has its own kitchen and bathroom. The backyard features a small playground, and also is center stage for all of your neighbors to spy on you. Seriously. Look at the photos. The backyard of this place can be seen by at least ten neighboring houses. There's an open house this Sunday from 1 to 4pm.
· 775 El Camino Del Mar [Redfin]