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A Million-Five Will Keep Memories of Metropolitan Home Alive

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Just looking at the cover above, RIP Metropolitan Home, gets us a little misty-eyed. When Hachette Filipacchi shuttered the pub last year, many feared that modern design was on the verge of being obliterated from national shelter media stage. Luckily for the worried, our cousins at Curbed SF bring news that the magazine's 2009 Met Home of the Year has just hit the market for $1.595M. Located on the Berkeley and Oakland border in California, the residence, from Cantilever Design, boasts a whole slew of pricey midcentury furnishings from the houses of Mies van der Rohe and Eames. It may be worth bargaining up to get the place furnished; have a look at the listing photos below.

· Berkeley or Oakland: Former MetHome Playmate of the Year [Curbed SF]
· Cantilever Design [official site]