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Weekend Open House Report: Designer Duds Edition

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Location: 471 Duboce Ave, Duboce Triangle
Size: 2-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,281-square-feet
Price: $969,000
Pitch: "Design by award-winning architect Owen Kennerly, the Townhouse at 471 Duboce Avenue is ideally located at the intersection of three of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoodsDuboce Park, the Castro and the Lower Haight. The newly remodeled home occupies the 1913 storefront of the former Wing's Steam Laundry. Restored Edwardian storefront, with detailed paneling returned to its historic beauty. Wide-plank hardwood flooring, Custom cabinetry with exotic wood finishes. Chef's kitchen features Carrera Marble counters, Top-line Samsung french-door refrigerator, dishwasher and over-the-range microwave, Bertazzoni Pro-Style Gas Range. Top floor features office/flex-space with private outdoor deck."
Open House: Sunday, 2 to 4PM

Location: #409 at 355 Bryant Street, South Beach
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,629-square-feet
Price: $1,450,000
Pitch: "Absolute masterpiece of modern urban design in historic confines of 355 Bryant amidst soaring timbers & brick walls. Several hundred thousand dollar renovation. Top flr, 1,629+ square feet, huge, private pano city view roof deck, surround sound systems, IPod in wall music station, glass enclosed double rain shower bathing stall, Boffi kitchen, Waterworks fixtures, bamboo floors, Artimede lighting, hidden storage, radiant heat bath floors, and much more. An incredible showpiece and entertaining home. Parking is guaranteed for the whole building with long-term contract, secure access from 355 Bryant."
Open House: Sunday, 12 to 2PM

Location: #708 at 151 Alice B. Toklas Place, Tenderloin
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; unlisted square footage
Price: $799,000
Pitch: "Dramatic, large 1 bedroom + enclosed SECOND SLEEPING area/den with big views! Soaring ceilings and historical character are reminiscent of NYC SOHO-style lofts. High end kitchen includes Bosch and Electrolux appliances. Duravit and Grohe bathroom features custom mill work, soaking tub, imported Italian glass tiles and double vanity. Cement columns make distiguished industrial design statement. Abundance of storage, including bonus attic space, and recently refinished hardwood floors complete the space. This elevator building has a movie theater in building. Independent parking. Earthquake insurance included. Hayes Valley adjacent, the Marquee Lofts is in San Francisco's newest, trendiest neighborhood - Performing Arts District (The PAD)."
Open House: Sunday, 2 to 4PM