1901 Beaux Arts-Style Mansion (The Most Expensive Home in San Francisco)

This is a look at the front of the mansion with bright exterior walls contrasted by the dark roof and complemented by the warm lights, windows and shrubs. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.

There is a white mansion in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood that was built back in 1901. This is now on the market priced at $28 million.

The mansion is measured at 9,095 square feet and is renovated and restored in fresh modern style by Los Angeles architect Paul McClean. The mansion includes seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, formal and family rooms with sleek granite kitchen, multiple terraces, and large expanses of glass that offer spectacular views.

This sophisticated 1901 Beaux Arts-style mansion that is considered as the most expensive home in San Francisco is listed under Neal Ward Properties.

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San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood is a wealthy enclave high on a ridge with views that draw many high tech, political and creative entrepreneurs. The neighborhood is a Who’s Who with numerous consulates and notables such as Larry Ellison, who seems to own a house in every enviable neighborhood, Nancy Pelosi, Danielle Steele, the co-founder of PayPal and the chief designer at Apple.

Though the first house built in Pacific Heights was in1853 with a few more small Victorian homes to follow, it wasn’t until after the San Francisco Earthquake in 1906, that development began in earnest.

For sale is a sophisticated Beaux Arts-style house, now the most expensive in the city. Built in 1901 prior to the earthquake, the home was designed by noted architect James Francis Dunn, who designed many of the most important structures in the city. The 9,095-square-foot home has recently been renovated and restored in fresh modern style by Los Angeles architect Paul McClean.

The spacious interior has seven bedrooms, ten baths, formal and family rooms with sleek granite kitchen, multiple terraces, and wide expanses of glass that offer spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, shipping activity, San Francisco Bay and Angel Island. Asking $28 million for San Francisco’s most expensive home.

Source: www.nealwardproperties.com

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