quirky San Francisco home 9 Photo: Redfin

This NoPa home is a fascinating design mix of surreal Americana country home and subtle pop culture references. A bedroom’s walls are painted to look like a partially cloudy sky, a giant raven accompanies the living room piano and every piece of art seems to feature either a piece of fruit, cat or well-dressed dog.

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The quirky property at 628 Baker Street was originally owned by C.S. Capp of Capp Street fame. According to Wikipedia, “Capp was secretary of the San Francisco Homestead Union, the first homestead association in San Francisco.” It’s currently on the market for $2,299,000 — and there’s a bonus: it comes with second home. Across the patio from Casa de Capp is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom house with its own quirky charm. Two homes for the price of one? Sure, if $2.3 million was what you were expecting to pay for one home…

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