‘Congo treehouse’ for sale in San Francisco — but it’s not what you think

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – 729 Congo Street in San Francisco just hit the market for $3,495,000. The home is called “The Congo Treehouse,” but it’s not really a treehouse.

It’s named for its street and style. Listing agent Rachel Swann with Compass says, “It’s a unique residence that is floating in the trees in SF. Built in 2013, it’s LEED Certified and was designed by veteran designer Paul Levinson.”

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Although the home is not technically built into a tree, the views may make you feel like you’re looking out the window of a treehouse.

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This sleek wooden staircase leads you to two luxurious bedroom levels that include three bedrooms.

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The home also features this movie room that can double as another bedroom. The “treehouse” sits directly above Glen Canyon Park. Glen Canyon Park has a rich history that spans back to the 1850s, according to Swann.

Today, the park offers a recreation center, hiking trails, tennis courts, baseball fields, and a playground. If you’re interested in learning more about this property, head to the listing here.

Tour the home, with more photos, in the video above.

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