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Your Own Piece of Billionaire's Row Just Got a Little Cheaper

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Was: $39,500,000
Now: $33,900,000
You Save: $5,600,000 The last time we told you about 2950 Broadway was in July of 2009, when it hit the market with a totally reasonable and obtainable price tag of $39,500,000. Shoot forward nearly two years, and it's taken $5,600,000 off, bringing down the asking price to a mere $33,900,000. Time to give notice for your studio apartment! But that's the kind of pocket change it takes to score an address on "Billionaire's Row," folks. That's what it takes to be able to call people like Gordon Getty and Larry Ellison your neighbor. 2950 Broadway was designed in 1922 by San Francisco architect Fredrick H. Meyer, and is a 6-bed, 5-full, and 2-half bath, 4-story mega mansion that clocks in at a spacious 11,000-square feet. The obvious: the views are spectacular, there's an elevator with access to all four levels, and you can fit 3 to 4 cars in the garage. The wow: there's an outdoor heated pool and spa, which is a rarity in San Francisco residential real estate, and there's a 3,000-bottle cavity wine cellar. You can drool over the virtual tour here.
· On the Market: Your Own Piece of Billionaire's Row [Curbed SF]
· 2950 Broadway [Redfin]