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The Best of the Best: Winners from Yesterday's Whale Worthy Room Polls

Yesterday we showed you some incredibly opulent dining rooms, foyers, kitchens, bedrooms, and bathrooms that are within homes that are currently on the market. Then we asked you to vote for the room(s) you thought you were the most whale worthy. Let's check out the winners.

Best dining room:

140 St Germain Avenue in Clarendon Heights won the majority of your love by securing 40.9% of the vote. The dining room is part of the main level's open floorplan, and features sweeping views of the city; tall ceilings and a wooden accent wall. The 5-bed, 7-bath, 5,701 sq. ft. single-family home is asking $5.399M.
Best foyer:

Best foyer goes to 3800 Washington Street in Presidio Heights with 43.3% of the vote. This foyer is surely the most opulent, with its marble columns and marble flooring and gigantic floral centerpiece. The 8-bed, 7-bath, 17,895 sq. ft. single-family home is asking $25M.

Best kitchen:

We had eight kitchens for you to choose from, so we aren't surprised that the winner was only able to secure 28.5% of the vote. 807 Francisco Street on Russian Hill is home to a brand spankin' new kitchen that features Miele appliances and an indoor gas barbecue. We're especially loving the Carrera marble backsplash and the gigantic window above the sink. The 7-bed, 5.5-bath single-family home is asking $13.5M.

Best bedroom:

Best bedroom actually went to the same abode that won best kitchen, so perhaps 807 Francisco will soon catch itself a whale of a buyer. The bedroom's massive, and features an outdoor view terrace, sliding glass doors that provide a wall of windows, sitting area, and small office. We're also really digging the cove lighting behind the headboard.

Best bathroom:

1507 Noe Street in Noe Valley won best bathroom with 36.8% of the vote. The home was built in 2012, so the bathroom features all the latest bells and whistles you could possibly imagine. We're blushing because of the peek-a-boo shower:


· Where Whales Would Host: Currently Available Digs Suitable for the Very Rich [Curbed SF]
· All Whale Week 2013 coverage [Curbed]