Off Market, but not off our Radar (625 Duncan Sells)

Admittedly a horrible job resizing this picture (Hey, it’s Friday!), but we thought you’d all like to know 625 Duncan quietly changed hands today for $5,818,000.


Ahhh, f*ck it. We’ll just go ahead and publish the marketing remarks that tell the story of the inside:

The scale of this house blends into the hillside with a keen reverence for the surrounding properties and neighborhood. Modern and masterful, 625 Duncan has been brilliantly executed to capture an enormous amount of space in an aesthetically pleasing and functional manner. A steel cantalevered entry staircase ascends through terraced concreate walls and gardens to the 4bd/4.5ba main house and 1bd/1ba apt below. (More information in picture)

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A lift also services from a vestibule in the 4 car garage to all levels of the main house. Notabale features and amenities include: high ceilings throughout, mahogany floors and solid plank stairs, exposed steel elements, zoned radiant heat, control 4 lighting, limestone/granite, Bonelli windows, wine cellar/tasting room with built-in refrigeration and pre-wired audio. The kitchen has premium appliances and built-in refrigeration. The master suite has a exquisite free standing tub, double steam shower and dual walk-in closets. 3 of the bedrooms have private bathrooms and decks. A level yard and deck are off the family room. With views to the north, 625 Duncan captures every possible outlook via angled walls filled with windows.

Can you spot the typos? Might as well pick something apart, since we can’t pick the property apart….

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