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Unique Swimmer's Paradise May Struggle in Buyer's Market

We have always harbored a secret love for crazy amenities—bowling alleys, basketball courts, massive garages, and the like—but we would never claim they make much financial sense. Just look at Candy Spelling's gift wrapping room, it hasn't helped her move that massive $150M mansion! So, our hope's aren't exactly high for this San Francisco Victorian. The $1.8M house has been in the same family for 105 years—since its construction in 1906—but we doubt the swimming pool in the living room has been there that long. According to a recent report by AOL Real Estate, some potential buyers actually like the pool, but none have made a deal to buy it. Thankfully, the rest of the house is pretty damn good looking, if a bit eclectic.
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