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    Andrew and Kim Todd, who run a chain of hair salons in the Bay Area, were immediately drawn to their home among the redwood trees in Mill Valley, Calif., despite its modest size 1,100 square feet and the need for extensive renovations.










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    It's quirky as hell, but I like it. It would be great to wake up to views of the surrounding trees every day.
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    I like it a lot!
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    That's pretty cool. I could see myself living there.
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    i like it all but that shower.
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    Love this concept and those trees.
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    Timber ceilings always make otherwise lovely spaces seem so closed in and squashed.
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    I'm not so into nature that I could live there. It'd be a great vacation spot though.

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