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Is This Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey's Stunning New Home?

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There's been lots of attention on Twitter these days, from the company's sleek new San Francisco headquarters to its refreshed birdie logo. Something else: Twitter founder Jack Dorsey is rumored to have bought a new house in San Fran's swank Seaclilff neighborhood—named, apparently, for the obvious. The property was first listed for $18M in 2008 and just sold in February for $9.99M, but even with a 50 percent discount it still held the title of the most expensive two-bedroom in the city, according to Curbed SF. Built in 1965, the 3,700-square-foot house has some pretty unusual features, including a 20-foot retractable glass roof (essentially a ginormous skylight), custom Brazilian-wood cabinetry, and views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the bay. (In fact, Business Insider points out that Dorsey recently Tweeted a fitting Pablo Naruda quote: "I need the sea because it teaches me.")

Anyway, the half-acre site was apparently once destined to host a Frank Lloyd Wright commission, but despite the architect's many drafts, nothing ever came to fruition. View some interior shots of Dorsey's rumored new digs below.

· We Hear Twitter Cofounder Jack Dorsey Now Lives In A $10 Million House [Business Insider via The Real Estalker]
· Oceanfront Bargains: 830 El Camino del Mar Now Almost Half-Price [Curbed SF]
· Wright Property, Wrong House in Sea Cliff [Curbed SF]