The 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale in San Francisco Right Now

The 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale in San Francisco Right Now

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Brittney Morgan
May 26, 2017
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San Francisco is a dream city for many, but it comes at a cost—it's the most expensive city in America. But, if you had an unlimited budget and the daydreams to make it happen, you might consider moving into one of the most expensive homes you could find. To help you picture it, we combed through listings to find the highest priced homes for sale right now in San Francisco.

To find these homes, we did one of the scariest things—at least, when you don't have an unlimited budget—you can do on the internet: sort listings from high to low (and it was as satisfying as it was terrifying, for the record).

2820 Scott St.

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Price: $29,500,000
Size: 14,360 square feet
Rooms: 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms

This huge mansion (exterior also shown at the top of the post) boasts views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz, and Angel Island, and features 8 marble fireplaces, an elevator to all its floors, and a huge roof deck. See more of this listing on Zillow.

3001 Pacific Ave.

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Price: $22,000,000
Size: 13,643 square feet
Rooms: 15 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms

Another giant mansion, this one has four main floors as well as living quarters for staff. It has a private elevator, a large garden, two garages, and a view of downtown. Check out the rest of the photos on Zillow.

3444 Washington St.

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Price: $18,000,000
Size: 9,074 square feet
Rooms: 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms

This home features a gated entrance, a honed marble walkway, a library,and a large eating area in the kitchen that overlooks a garden. The master bedroom also has a view of the Golden Gate bridge and the bay. See more photos on Zillow.

308 Sea Cliff Ave.

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Price: $14,000,000
Size: 4,180 square feet
Rooms: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

This gated 1922 home boasts views of China Beach, the Pacific Ocean and the Marin Headlands, and features a cliffside ocean view garden and a grand spiral staircase. Check out the rest of the photos on Zillow.

320 Sea Cliff Ave.

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Price: $14,000,000
Size: 5,200 square feet
Rooms: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

Practically neighboring the previous listing, this also-gated cliffside home features similar views, along with huge picture windows and an ocean-view terrace. See more of this home on Zillow.

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