A house built on speculation in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco is now asking $40 million. That makes it the most expensive house currently for sale in the city, according to Curbed.
Bill Campbell of Marble Management developed the property over the last four years, according to the Wall Street Journal. He demolished a 19th-century clapboard house to make room for this 11,000-square-foot limestone mansion.
Whoever buys the home will be able to count high rollers like Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison and Apple design guru Jony Ive as neighbors.
Val Steele of Pacific Union International and Tom Biss of Sotheby’s International Real Estate share the listing for the home, which has yet to formally hit the market.
Since the home was built from the ground up, there are no compromises on style.
It makes the most of its wide view with floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the house.
There’s plenty of space for multiple sitting and living rooms.
The view is so prized by the developer, he chose anti-reflective glass so that you can still see even when the lights are on inside the home.
The kitchen is next to one of two wine vault storage rooms.
You have the option of using a stylish staircase or an elevator to travel between floors.
There are seven bedrooms in the house, but the master suite is naturally the grandest of them all.
Even the master bath has a view.
The other bedrooms are large, but not quite as grand.
There are also eight bathrooms.
The dining room abuts the other wine vault.
Even the home office lets in plenty of light.
The home gym offers a space to stretch and sweat.
There’s also a home theater.
The home certainly makes the most out of its view.
There’s even an outdoor kitchen on the roof.
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