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Curbed features Kevin Wakelin’s Dolores Heights condo with St. Regis Residences-esque amenities

Bottom-floor Dolores Heights condo seeks $1.14 million

Circa-1907 Edwardian meets St. Regis Residences-esque amenities

Photos courtesy of Pacific Union International

Up near the top of 21st Street, where the city’s self-made tech billionaires rest their weary heads at night, sits this bottom-floor unit asking a stratospheric sum of money. Such close proximity to the Castro, the Mission, and—of course—Dolores Park is a major draw for the IPO set who are ready to throw cash around willy-nilly—even at a small pied-à-terre like this one.

Featuring two beds and two baths, 3758 21st Street comes with all the trappings found inside contemporary homes and hotel rooms as of late. Neutral hues, tiled backsplash, wood accents, broken-glass fireplace and fire pit, and a backyard with a minimalist water element. Delightful.

(Psst, this pad is also one block away from Tom and Jerry’s house, should excessive holiday cheer be a selling point for you.)

HOAs come to $250/month. Asking is $1,149,000.

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