The title of the most expensive property sold in San Francisco currently belongs to a Gold Coast home that went for $38 million USD. Now, Residence 950, a luxe new home that just hit the market in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighbourhood, looks to smash that price asking for a staggering $45 million USD.
The expanse of amenities offered by Residence 950 makes a pretty compelling case for the record-breaking asking price. Stretching over nearly 900-square-metres and perched to overlook the city, the property features a park, pool, outdoor movie studio, wellness centre and alfresco dining area. Not to mention a two-story art gallery and a four-car garage with an automotive turntable, which is art in its own right.
The home boasts four bedrooms with one functioning as part of the secluded wellness centre. The top-floor master suite features vaulted ceilings, built-in Boffi closets, an en-suite bath with an oversized rainfall shower and freestanding tub, and a balcony that overlooks the park-like expanse below. The main level shows off a formal living room with a jewel box-like wet bar, a formal dining room, and a gourmet kitchen. See more of the ground-breaking property below, provided by Robb Report.