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Liberty Hill home near Dolores Park asks $4.19 million

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Former spot of the Cultural Integration Fellowship and the California Institute of Integral Studies

Photos by Zephyr Real Estate

Built as a private residence in 1910, the property on the corner of 21st Street and Dolores spent most of the 20th century as home to both the Cultural Integration Fellowship and the California Institute of Integral Studies. After moving to Mission Street and Fulton, respectively, the building was then transformed back into a home.

And what a home it is.

Featuring five bedrooms, three baths, and 3,168 square feet, 3494 21st Street comes with crown moldings, wainscot paneling, ionic columns at the entryway, beamed ceilings in the living room, large kitchen, open floor plan, and formal dining.

The garden has been landscaped to Saturday-night-entertaining perfection. The yard now boasts barbecue area, custom lighting design, flowering plants, and retractable sunshade.

Also of note, for better or for worse, it’s located one block away from Dolores Park.

Asking is $4,195,000.