San Francisco has now a 3-storied French limestone mansion, which is on the market for an asking price of $38,500,000. Bought by Apollo Group honcho, Peter Sperling and University of Phoenix in the year 2004, this mansion had been on the market previously for $65 million, but the absence of buyers made them take such a large price cut. Located on Broadway Street, this townhouse becomes the most expensive property in San Francisco city.
Address: 2845, Broadway Street, San Francisco, California
Location & Settings: Other than being located in one of the prime zones for real estate in the country, this townhouse has the sophisticated aura about itself, as the current owner is known for. Created with rare French limestone, this light yellow colored mansion has 3-stories within which it packs 21,888 sq.ft of living space, much of which still remains far from being ready-to-move-in. Never the less, a lot of potential lies in the house which has a Neo-classical construction formation, with Italian tile roofing and 4-specially crafted fireplaces. Due to its prime location, it offers plenty of pristine surrounding views of the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Marina, and Mount Tamalpais.
San Francisco Billionaire’s Row Mansion interior setting
Amenities and Accommodation: Even though this property has a sizeable price tag to it, most of it is still under construction, which means that the new owner can actually set up this masterpiece as per his/her own fancies. With plenty of space in the 7-car garage which has an automatic door, one’s precious autos are always in safe haven inside. In terms of heating and temperature management, there are facilities for central radiant heating system, and also cooling during the summers. Due to the division of the mansion on separate floors, there is also the advantage of setting up separate guest areas, and some common areas where even indoor sports like a billiards and snooker could be arranged for. There are 4 classical fireplaces which have been built, but should other rooms be made, there are ample opportunities for creating more or perhaps reframing the existing ones.
San Francisco Billionaire’s Row Mansion rear view
Its a 21,888 square foot French limestone mansion on Billionaire’s Row.
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