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Four Seasons grand penthouse, billed as the highest and largest in city, asks $11.9 million

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This corner penthouse inside of the downright luxe Four Seasons building in SoMa should get your downtown-lifestyle fantasies flowing. Gushing, in fact. Because this place is a doozy in the best way possible.

The four-bed, five-and-one-half bath grand penthouse—with sunrise to sunset views facing east, south, and west—features approximately 4,640 square feet.

Structurally, only this building's penthouse has 10’ 3" ceilings that are 9 inches taller than all other residential floors. Roomy.

And, hark! Do we spy in the master powder room the elusive high-rise bathroom window? Indeed. (Spending upward of several millions of dollars, one might assume that most downtown San Francisco high-rise units come with bathroom windows. Alas, one would be wrong.)

It being the Four Seasons, this pad also boasts five-star service and amenities like 24/7 in-room dining, concierge, doorman, and more. Plus, you might also run into Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer, who also owns one of the tony tower’s penthouses.

HOAs come to—deep breath—$3,078. Asking is—deeper breath—$11,900,000.

The Four Seasons

757 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Visit Website