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That Was Quick

We first told you about the $16.5M home packed with pedigree perched atop Billionaire's Row early last month. The 7-bed, 6.5-bath, 11,500-square-foot abode at 2950 Pacific was designed by starchitect Albert Farr in 1907. The house has been with the same family throughout its history. Readers chimed in with all sorts of fantastic observations: no photos of the kitchen or bathrooms, always a bad sign. The stair hall is brilliant. You could rent out the attic to Airbnb users to help with the hefty mortgage. Most importantly, we wondered how quickly it would sell since its got a 8-digit price tag. The sale's already pending, dear readers. Think it'll sell for over asking? [Curbed SF]