For those looking for a place to call home in bustling San Francisco, the city’s highest priced standalone estate has hit the market. Built this year and listed for $40 million just last April, the property (located at 2712 Broadway Street) boasts seven bedrooms and embraces 11,400 square feet. Appropriately positioned in Pacific Heights, also known as Billionaire’s Row, the location was home to society elites following the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. After the earthquake destroyed their Nob Hill estates, residence of the area departed to rebuild them in Pacific Heights, which offered greater views and landscaping potential. And to this day, Pacific Heights stands as a neighborhood for the wealthy and famous.
The property includes an in-home spa, panoramic views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, and developer Bill Campbell implemented the estate with a temperature-controlled wine vault on almost every floor level. At the bottom floor there exists a sublime wine cellar, accessible through the house’s elevator, that has the capacity to hold up to thousands of bottles. Additional amenities include a tasting room, a dry sauna, a spa treatment room, a gym, and a home theater. The number “2” button on the elevator connects you to the garage, which demonstrates an automotive turntable and a one-bedroom apartment. The third floor features the home’s main living spaces such as, a formal entry way, kitchen, dining room, and a second walk-in, glass encircled wine storage room. While the fourth and final floor accommodates four en suite bedrooms, with simply breathtaking views that, just like wine, will be a worthy investment the longer you posses it.
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