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Italian Renaissance Mansion in San Francisco Listed at $45 Million

Aug. 22nd, 2011 | Comments 1 | Make a Comment   
Photo Courtesy of Christies International Real Estate
One of San Francisco's most spectacular estates, an enormous Italian Renaissance hilltop mansion on the Gold Coast of Pacific Heights, has been listed for sale via Christie's International Real Estate for $45 million.

The massive 17-room mansion, located on the last block of Broadway adjacent to the famed Presidio, features expansive Golden Gate and north bay views from almost every room. There are seven bedrooms and seven baths in total designed for the utmost in luxurious living.

A grand reception hall sets the tone for the elegant and spacious formal rooms. A graceful marble staircase leads to the private rooms on the upper levels, also accessible by elevator. The palatial layout includes two master suites, a library, music room, office and game room. Period-appropriate artisan details include marble and inlaid hardwood floors, high ceilings, crown moldings, ornate plaster work and two stately fireplaces. The property includes a private winding drive, garden, private tennis court, porte-cochere, and six car garage.



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Sarah commented on August 23, 2011

This is a fantastic property with a fascinating history. I found a pdf of the history that you can read here: http://s3.amazonaws.com/lre-assets/documents/listings/000/000/254/011/1303945066/2901_Broadway_history.pdf Completely worth the read. The current owner, Gladyne, has called it home for over 60 years. http://goo.gl/CUzAr

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