A superfan with a super bank account could pick up the 12-bedroom property on nearly 1,000 feet of Carmel coastline.
Plus, The Punchline is in SF to stay; the city is gaining 52 fancy short-term rental units; Atherton tops the list of richest towns in America; and more news you missed this week.
Carmel compound from 'Big Little Lies' asks $52.3M, Curbed SF
Remember when Madeline and Ed MacKenzie went to that touchy feely couples' counseling retreat? Well its actually an oceanfront Carmel luxury property, complete with five homes, and for just $52 million, it can be yours. Read more.
7-Story Building At Church and Market Will Be Furnished Airbnb-Type Rentals With 30-Day Minimum Stays, SFist
Instead of trying to help the housing crisis, Castro and Market's controversial mega building will house Airbnb-esque short term rental units. Oh—and you can check in and request maid service from your phone. Read more.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass offers peek at 2019 festival lineup, SF Chronicle Datebook
This year, HSB is rolling out their lineup with a series of mystery music medleys featuring artists set to play at the free festival. Expect to see Hayes Carll, Steve Earl, the Meat Puppets and more this October, and stay tuned for more clues. Read more.
The Punch Line comedy club can LOL with long-term lease in San Francisco, Mercury News
Dave Chappelle can rest easy because The Punch Line is staying put. Despite last month's scare that the club might be displaced from its iconic Battery Street location, The Punch Line has renewed its lease. Read more.
These Are The 25 Richest Towns in America, Veranda
Located within minutes of Google and Tesla and home to endless tech tycoons, Atherton is officially the richest town in America. The average household income? Over $450,000. Read more.