San Francisco house where online ad service Craigslist was launched up for sale – KGO-TV

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You can own the house in San Francisco where the online ad service Craigslist was launched. Currently, it's being listed for just under $1.4 million.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — You can own the house in San Francisco where the online ad service Craigslist was launched.
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The home was built in the early 1900's and is on Cole Street in Cole Valley. Currently, it's being listed for just under $1.4 million.
It has three bedrooms, 1,250 square-feet and you get access to a backyard.
The listing itself is not on Craigslist but is on TheFrontSteps.com website.
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Craig Newmark started the business there but ultimately moved it to some nearby offices in 2000.
He sold the unit in 2005.
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