There was an uproar when Berkeley's Lil B was seemingly robbed of a chance to perform at the Grammys in the Gig of a Lifetime contest, which ultimately went to a virtually unknown pop punk band. This week, B revealed that he is in fact human, and didn't check his email in time to accept the honor. [via Pitchfork]
Asking price: $18,500,000
Year built: 1920
Number of bedrooms: Seven
Number of bathrooms: Five full, two half, all "flooded with natural light"
If you're not ready to spend your millions on an apartment in the Mission (newly declared as SF's most desired area), throw down on 164 Sea Cliff Avenue–the third-most expensive home for sale in the city.
Asking Price: $19,500,000
Year built: 1927
Number of bedrooms: Eight
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