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Sheryl Sandberg Parts with Atherton McManse; Mapping Where the Techies Live; Prime Pumpkin Patches

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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Lamar Anderson shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

SILICON VALLEY—Facebook COO and posture critic Sheryl Sandberg sold the Atherton McManse she shares with husband David Goldberg to the tune of $9.25M.

BAY AREA—It's decorative gourd season, so here's a map of the very best pumpkin patches around the Bay Area, you're welcome.

EVERYWHERE—Someone made a distortion of the US map to represent the relative population of software developers around the nation, and California looks pretty warped.

NoPa—This former Baptist church has been born again as a Victorian manse, and it's absolutely stunning.

SAN FRANCISCO—Here's what $2,200/month rents you around San Francisco. Not all studios, we promise! (But yeah, mostly studios.)

TENDERLOIN—This totally sumptuous mini-manse began life as an early-20th-century Chinese laundry. Now it's a live-work space steeped in aristocratic finishes, but the regular ol' Exit sign is the main tell.

MARIN—Once inhabited by money launderers and swindlers, an infamous Tiburon estate has hit the market for $15M. Redolent of sea breezes and scandal.