October 27, 2018
A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million

Maison Valentina Silk Vessel Sink

A Game-changing San Francisco mansion that has recently hit the market for $45 million is about to shatter all the real-estate records of the city. The 950 Lombard compound is located in Russian Hill. This beautiful real estate straddles two hillside lots and features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Now, the Most Expensive Homes blog steps inside this marvelous haven, so take a look.

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 1 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 1
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 2 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 2
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

Comprised of four levels, the home features a modern mix of concrete structures and open spaces. In the master bedroom, owners can benefit from unobstructed views of all the beauty of San Francisco. Furthermore, the house also has a two-story underground art gallery.

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 8 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 8
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 4 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 4
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

When it comes to amenities, the house features a wide variety of terraces as well as wellness spaces and features, such as a lengthy infinity pool, an 850-square-foot wellness centre and a Japanese water-filtration system. In regards to the Outdoors, there are numerous olive trees, a well-appointed kitchen set and an outstanding dining area with plush seating and decor.

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 7 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 7
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 5 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 5
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

The current record for the most expensive home sold in San Francisco is $38 million regarding a 2712 Broadway home in the Gold Coast. If the house ends up selling for is asking price, then it will dethrone this residence and become the most expensive one ever sold in San Francisco.

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 6 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 6
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 

A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million 3 San Francisco Mansion A Game-Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for $45 Million A Game Changing San Francisco Mansion Hits the Market for 45 Million 3
Image Credit to Jacob Elliott

 


You May Be Interested In Reading These Articles:


 

SUBSCRIBE HERE TO OUR NEWSLETTER
and get the latest news about the most expensive homes from all over
 the world! Feel free to follow us on social media for more inspiration: Instagram | Pinterest

 

Metamorphosis Center Table Boca do Lobo

 

Source: Business Insider

Follow us on Pinterest
  • Step Inside a $50 Mi
  • Step Inside a $50 Mi
  • Step Inside a $50 Mi
  • Step Inside a $50 Mi
  • Step Inside a $50 Mi
Follow Me on Pinterest