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The physical criteria for picking a spot are assuredly important. You want solid bones, shiny new updates, and loads of natural light, to be sure. However, the more ethereal aspects of “home” are worth considering, as well. Because as much as a house is all about studs and shingles, it’s also the anchor to your local community. And, whether you're kicked back with your peeps or posted up solo on that picturesque balcony, this one splendidly checks both sets of boxes, and then some.

As evidenced by our gathering, these digs invite only the best of vibes.

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It's the perfect space in which to make new, neighborly connections or reaffirm old friendships. Better yet, it's coming up for grabs oh-so-soon. So, if you're hunting for a Capitol Hill perch, keep in eye on the site.

 And, just like that, you might find yourself hanging up art and putting down roots.

Contact Alex Muzio at 650.208.2417 for additional details.

 

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