San Francisco real estate may be some of the most valuable in all of the country. According to an article by 24/7 Wall Street, San Francisco ranks top of the list of cities with the most expensive zip codes, with four. New York is right behind with three, and to no surprise there are five other Bay Area cities on the top 50 list as well.
Most homes in San Francisco that go for top dollar may not be as flashy as those you may see in the Hollywood hills or Orange County coastline, but some of them are just as beautifully designed. You would never tell that some of these properties were originally built more than 100 years ago!
Below are the five most expensive homes sold in San Francisco during the month of September 2019:
3990 Washington St | $8,950,000 | 6 BR 6.5 BA 10,000 SQFT
This home was renovated + restored throughout and features an entire top floor dedicated to entertainment which features a media center with a big screen TV, game room, & billiard room. It also has a state of the art eat-in kitchen, multiple home offices, plus a 4+ car garage with a built-in workshop. There’s even a rooftop deck! Click here to view the full image gallery.
2561 Washington St | $7,800,000 | 5 BR 3.5 BA 5,469 SQFT
An iconic Pacific Heights home located on one of the most coveted streets in SF that features a 2 level library, a private garden and a lap pool. This home spans 4 stories with many large windows that let in an abundance of natural light. The master suite has its own fireplace, expansive closets, & an en suite with a double vanity. The top level bedroom is south facing and grants occupants with sweeping city views. Click here to view the full image gallery.
100 Saint Germain St | $6,760,000 | 4 BR 4.5 BA 4,195 SQFT
This Clarendon Heights home boasts some of the most amazing, unobstructed views of the city and beyond. The home has been completely transformed and expanded with a sophisticated contemporary designer touch. The spacious master suite takes up the entire top floor & offers a zen-like retreat. The living/dining space has plenty of room for entertaining guests, and the rooftop deck features a terraced garden. Click here to view the full image gallery.
1635 Green St | $5,990,000 | 4 BR 4.5 BA 3,125 SQFT
A true architectural masterpiece, this home is a minimalist urban retreat composed of clean lines and a neutral palette of custom glass, wood and leather floors. There are dramatic features throughout - a two level living wall, floor to ceiling windows and a waterfall skylight entry - that provide the feeling of comfort and warmth. Amenities include a theater room, a gym space, spa-like bathrooms and a private backyard with an in-ground water feature. Click here to view the full image gallery.
2190 Broadway St | $4,100,000 | 2 BR 3.5 BA 3,200 SQFT
With unobstructed world-class views of the Bay, this condo is prime real estate located in one of the best neighborhoods of Pacific Heights. The direct access elevator opens into a spacious foyer with wet bar and Sub-zero wine refrigerator. The open floor plan is perfect for entertaining with public rooms in a separate wing from the bedrooms. Click here to view the full image gallery.
Of these five San Francisco homes, which one is your favorite? If you had up to $9M for your house budget would you have spent it on a home in SF? Leave a comment below to share your thoughts!
Source for images and property sales information: SFAR MLS.