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Well-Appointed Pacific Heights Co-op Hacks $650K Off


Was: $6,500,000
Now: $5,850,000
You Save: $650,000 There really is something in the air, dear readers. This is the fourth PriceChopper that we've featured this week with a price tag over the $3.2M mark, and that's after the price reduction. This time around we're focusing on a very swanky and exclusive co-op in Pacific Heights. The 3-bed, 3-bath home is in a 10-story building with just nine residences. This particular unit was renovated and designed by Roland Courtenay Bishop from the London School of Design. Monthly HOA dues are $1,540 and there's 2-car parking in the garage. Like what you see? You'll first need board approval, which is perhaps why this apartment can't find a buyer.
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