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Take Refuge from SF's Housing Craze in an Actual Glass Bubble

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Behind a deceptively small, shingled facade on Cumberland Avenue lies this pretty snazzy Dolores Heights home. The main part of the property has two bedrooms and two bathrooms on two stories, as well as a stunning atrium-like living room. It may feel a bit like living inside a greenhouse, but the views across the city's southerly hills make up for that. The rest of the main house makes good use of the odd angles of the structure, although there are certainly no soaring ceilings to be found. The master bedroom has one wall made entirely of glass and looks out onto a back patio, a spiral staircase leading to the second level, and those same dazzling views.

The property also comes with two vacant junior one-bedroom apartments at the front of the building, which would go a ways toward paying the note. The ask? $2.695 million for the whole set of three spaces. Each junior unit is bright and modern, if a bit cramped, and could easily be rented out—perhaps to refugees from this nightmare.


· 352 Cumberland Street [Redfin]
· WTF? 372-Sq-Ft Micro-Pad with No Kitchen Wants $2,900/Month [Curbed SF]