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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Check Out This House with a Bizarre Design Feature

Posted By on Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge If this isn't a drunk accident waiting to happen, we're not sure what is. - CRAIGSLIST
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  • If this isn't a drunk accident waiting to happen, we're not sure what is.

What do you look for in your dream house? Excellent views? Close proximity to your favorite San Francisco spots? What about 87 steps to climb just to get in the front door? And what if 73 of those steps made you walk over your roof?

If you answered yes to any two of the above questions, particularly the last two, then the house advertised in this Craigslist post is for you. Just don't try to walk up those roof-stairs after you've spent some time at any of the bars that are also in close proximity to your new pad.

It's $1775/month to live in this bell tower and it comes with its own K-cup coffee machine! What a steal.

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Those interested in having to take a mini hike over a rooftop just to enter your house and use that K-cup coffee machine may also be interested in this other tantalizing Craigslist offering, which promises interested patrons a free bag of hair. Yum.

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