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Orthomolecular Doctor's Creepy and Gigantic Pacific Heights Manse Up for Grabs Again

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Was: $9,800,000
Now: $9,500,000
You Save: $300,000, or 3%! Like an old flame that can't get over you, this creepy 1906 Beaux Arts-era mansion is back, this time for the 3rd time.

From an earlier Curbed SF post back in October of 2011:

Situated with bay views and easy access to Alta Plaza, the home's owner is Dr. Richard Kunin, founder of Orthomolecular medicine. Apparently said medicine is quite lucrative: the mansion spans 12,667 square feet and includes: 8-beds and bath, seven fireplaces, four offices, a sitting room, formal dining room, kitchen with separate butler's pantry (butler not included), and wine cellar-- and because one is never enough for the true book lover, two libraries.The interior's need some work, but nothing too extreme that someone who can plop down $9.5M can't handle. Readers, what do you think it'll take for this abode to land a buyer?
· 2698 Pacific [Redfin]
· Orthomolecular Doctor's Uber-Spectacular Pac Heights Manse on the Market Again [Curbed SF]