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Inside Danielle Steel's Marin Manse; Live in SF for $2,000/Month; The Vintage Schoolhouses of San Francisco

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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.

SAN FRANCISCO—As kids head back to school, we head back to the city's early days to have a look at 35 vintage schoolhouses.

MARIN—Celebrity romance novelist and constant gardener Danielle Steel has listed her Cape Cod-style Stinson Beach cottage to the tune of $8.995M, but we'll, ah, just wait for the paperback to come out.

SAN FRANCISCO AND EAST BAY—Though she's known for her work on Hearst Castle, the pioneering Bay Area architect Julia Morgan built recreational spaces for women before they had the right to vote.

THE RICHMOND—The 80s are hiding in the bathroom of this Richmond Victorian. And they refuse to come out.

SAN FRANCISCO—Here's what 2,000/month rents you around the city (and no, you don't have to move to the Sunset).

THE SUNSET—But if you DO want to live in the Sunset, here are the 10 cheapest properties your money can buy.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS—We're positively swooning over this heart-stopping mega-manse built in the halcyon days of 1904.