Richard Neutra-Designed San Fran Oasis Wants $1.475M

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Designed by midcentury pooh bah Richard Neutra, this San Francisco home invites buyers to "experience a vacation when you come home" and "enjoy your indoor tropical garden & listen to the waterfall wash away your cares." Asking $1.475M, the 927-square-foot single-bedroom—which first caught the eye of the folks over at Curbed SF—was built in 1936 and last listed in 2004, when it sold for $930K. It's true that lately it seems there are more Neutra homes blinking on and off the market than one can shake a stick at, but this particular residence seems to be the only one to boast such resort-style amenities as an indoor salt water swimming pool and waterfall. Oh, and the listing also makes a passing reference to famous former tenants—or at least brags that the home is a "celebrity lifestyle residence," whatever that means. Interior shots of the Twin Peaks abode are sparse, but do have a look:

· 49 Hopkins Ave [Official website, via Curbed SF]

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