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The Top 5 Most Expensive Listings in SF

February 25, 2009

Welcome to The Top 5 Most Expensive Listings in San Francisco!  This is always a fun countdown, so let’s jump right into it, shall we?

Time for some "champagne wishes and caviar dreams!!"

Time for champagne wishes and caviar dreams!

Number 5 on the countdown…

2601 Broadway, a nearly 10,000 square foot home boasting 7 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, was originally built in 1904.  It has since been remodeled down to the studs and includes special features such as a “professionally tuned and air-conditioned theater”, elevator, wine cellar, smart wiring, heated hardwood floors throughout, and original stained glass windows.  Located on the Gold Coast, this place is an absolute bargain!

2601 Broadway

2601 Broadway

List price?  $15,500,000

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3444 Washington Street comes in at #4 on the countdown.  This magnificent Georgian masterpiece has 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths on four floors.  An elevator makes navigating the mansion easier, and the special features include Golden Gate views, gardens, an outdoor amphitheater, 1,500 bottle wine cellar, exercise room, outdoor kitchen, and lush terrace.

3444 Washington

3444 Washington

List price?  $15,750,000

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Coming in at #3 on the countdown, we leap into another echelon of luxury living with the venerable 2901 Broadway.  This puppy’s too big to get a decent street shot, so we’ve got a helicopter photo of the place (thanks MLS) to show you the property.  Located on the Gold Coast, arguably San Francisco’s most prestigious blocks and known as “Billionaire’s Row”, this home has 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, and was built in 1927.  Golden Gate views abound as you wind up the private drive to the mansion.  Surrounded by lush greenery and gardens, the home is perfect as a peaceful City sanctuary.  Tennis anyone?  Out back there is a court to handle your games any time of the day.

2901 Broadway

2901 Broadway

List price?  $48,000,000 (hey, we said we were leaping into another echelon!)

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Number 2 on the countdown is a top floor condominium at the St. Regis.  Commanding over 20,000 square feet of living area and 2,900 square feet of outdoor terraces, this home has plenty of space to stretch out and enjoy unfathomable City and Bay views in all directions.  Surround yourself with soaring 22-foot glass walls that bring the beauty of San Francisco right into your living room.  Six bedrooms, 6 full baths, and 4 half baths are sprinkled throughout this amazing residence.  Coupled with the opulence, luxury, and class you’ll find at the St. Regis, this condo is for jet-setter who spares no expense.

St. Regis grand penthouse

St. Regis grand penthouse

St. Regis grand penthouse

St. Regis grand penthouse

List price?  $49,000,000

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Now, the moment we’ve all been waiting for, the #1 most expensive home for sale in San Francisco is…

2845 Broadway, a Neoclassical villa covered in French limestone, is a sight to behold.  The home is currently under construction (getting close to completion) and will be around 20,000 square feet when finished.  Special features include 16-foot ceilings, French-made doors and windows that were installed by a team from France, reflecting pool, glass atrium, 6-car garage + 8 guest cars, 6,000 square foot guest house, views of the Golden Gate and Bay, and you get to live across from Larry Ellison and the Gettys.  An amazing home all around, we can’t wait to see the finished product.

Read all about the home HERE.

2845 Broadway

2845 Broadway

From the atrium to the Golden Gate

From the atrium to the Golden Gate

The limestone exterior comes from a quarry outside Paris

The limestone exterior comes from a quarry outside Paris

List price WINNER!  $65,000,000

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*Please note that there are some pocket listings that would’ve made the top 5 that we are not at liberty to discuss.

For more countdown and ranking articles, click HERE.


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One comment

  1. The St. Regis grand penthouse is awesome!!! Here’s more info of the 2845 Broadway property: http://bit.ly/2dDjwR



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