The four-bedroom, 7,000+ square foot mansion at 1283 Greenwich Street offers up stunning outlooks across the city through huge glass windows—or at least it will if it is ever built. For now, the mansion is merely a vision in the mind of its architect Lewis Butler. The property, complete with plans and approvals, is up for sale for a massive $9.495 million and advertised as "shovel-ready." Its plans show a huge home with glass walls, a roof deck, and every high-end touch imaginable.
The property where the manse would stand last sold for $2.195 million back in 2010 when it was advertised as a modern three-bedroom penthouse. Since then, it has been reimagined as a grand four-bedroom home with four full bedrooms, three half-baths, two outdoor decks, a wine cellar, and parking for at least four cars. Its most striking feature, however, doesn't come from the plans but from its location overlooking George Sterling Memorial Park.
· 1283 Greenwich Street [Official Site]