Inside San Franciso’s most expensive home, seeking a whopping $40 Million USD
This stunning property has taken the title of San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home, seeking a whopping $40 MILLION USD (£32.2 million) from anyone wanting to call it their own.
Four years in the making, the brand new, mammoth abode features such extravagances as two wine rooms, an elevator, gym, spa, sauna, an outdoor kitchen on a rooftop terrace, and even a home theater.
It also boasts seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, three fire places and four half baths.
The limestone property, located in the upscale Pacific Heights, is a replacement for a 19th century clapboard house, which had to be demolished in order to accommodate the more modern home, designed by Tom Taylor of Taylor Lombardo.
The giant house – which is approximated 11,400-square-foot – is yet to hit the market publicly, though it has already attracted interest from those looking to find a space on San Francisco’s Billionaires’ Row.
In 2015, another property in this desirable area of the Gold Coast, 2701 Broadway, sold for $31 million.
Val Steele of Pacific Union International, one of the property’s listing agents, said: “San Francisco has the oldest housing stock in California.
“To have a house built to the latest seismic standards with a floor plan that works for today’s lifestyle is truly unique.
“Many of the houses built on the Gold Coast have kitchens in the basement and do not have a garage.
“The tag of ‘Most Expensive Home’ only attracts the media.
“The location and new construction attracts the qualified buyers, because it is a prolonged process to get a renovation done in San Francisco.”