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The flat in the Cole Valley area of San Francisco where entrepreneur Craig Newmark started Craigslist has been sold for $1.48 million, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
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Newmark operated the site, where you can find everything from a job to a lost dog, from his home in the mid-1990s.
The home has three bedrooms and one bath over 1,250 square feet. It features a remodeled kitchen and bath, two decorative fireplaces and direct access to a common outdoor spaces.

Alexander Clark of Keller Williams Luxury Realty International, San Francisco was the listing agent.
Purchased by Newmark in 1994, a year before starting Craigslist, he lived there for six years. Today Craigslist is in 700 cities and more than 70 countries.
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