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This Esherick-Designed House in SF Could Be Yours

What a strange journey it has been for the Joseph Esherick-designed Larsen House, known for its signature "swoopy stair." The house first went up for sale just under a year ago asking $9.75 million. A buyer swooped in and bought the place in a mere six days for $2 million over its asking price, but just seven months later, the stunning cube was put back up for sale for the same $11.75 million that it had just sold for. No buyers have been as hypnotized by the curved stair as the initial purchaser, and the house has just dropped its price down to $10 million, putting it almost back where it started.

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