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Fingers Crossed

In early April Curbed broke down the very fascinating and multi-generational drama behind bank-owned 2799 Pacific, which had landed on the market with a completely obtainable price tag of $12,500,000. The latest really intense remodel happened in 2000 and cost $10 million, and included (supposedly) ripping out a rose bush that was a gift from Queen Victoria to make room for an outdoor swimming pool. In 2009, the mansion went into foreclosure (this house has a tendency to bankrupt people), and in 2011 the bank had to forcibly kick out the defaulting owners. Yesterday the 16,474-square-foot home's sale went pending. We'll keep you posted on when and if the sale goes through. [Curbed SF/Redfin]