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Duboce Triangle townhouse, part of the clapboard wood units, asks $749K

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Comes with skylight, hardwood floors, and separate loft space

Photos by Circle Visions, courtesy of Michelle Pender at Paragon Real Estate

Barely 30 years old, the units on the corner of Duboce and Steiner have gained somewhat of a cult status among architect aficionados and passersby alike. Each condo, dolled up in its own cheery hue, are downright adorable. And now a specimen can be yours.

Featuring one bed, one bath, and 713 square feet, the tri-level condo at 494 Duboce comes with hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, tiny patio, skylight, burning midcentury fireplace, and a third-level loft (accessible via spiral staircase) that can be used as a guest room or office.

It even has its own garage, making these units appear like little detached homes. Precious.

HOAs come to $150/month. Asking is $749,000.