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Pacific Heights Colonial Revival asks $7.5 million

Gorgeous corner home in one of the city’s priciest neighborhoods

Built in 1898 by architect William H. Lillie, who also created many San Francisco Victorians as well as this Alameda gem, this ultra-luxe corner home in Pacific Heights will appease the refined, brittle socialite inside you.

Featuring six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and approximately 5,455 square feet, the home at 2500 Green comes with a grand formal living and dining rooms, two car side-by-side garages, and a Thomas Church garden.

Per the ad’s listing, the home has been with the same family for years. And now it can be yours for a massive pretty penny.

Asking is $7,500,000.