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Historic Cole Valley home finally finds buyer

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House once used to photograph Jerry Garcia underwent a drastic renovation

Once owned by Rolling Stone magazine alum Baron Wolman, the Queen Anne Victorian at 164 Belvedere, where a slew of Summer of Love stars hung out in the 1960s, finally found a buyer.

Initially landing on the market for $5.99 million, this Cole Valley abode sold for a cool $4,995,000. This after a hefty price cut in May.

The five-bed, five-bath, 4,580-square-foot home once played host to the likes of Jerry Garcia, Janis Joplin, and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Wolman sold the place for $31,000 in 1971, and one family held it until 2014.

Since then it saw an antiseptic renovation, one that polarized Curbed SF readers.

Kudos to the new buyer. May the groovy vibes of yore keep you feeling fine in your pricey new pad.