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French Normandy-inspired Pacific Heights home wants $8.2 million

A sweeping staircase punctuates 1927 house

Exterior of gorgeous, massive Pacific Heights home. Photos via Redfin

Inspired by French Normandy architecture, per the tony home’s listing, the house at 3060 Pacific is four stories of storied elegance in Pacific Heights. Where else?

Built in 1927, it was designed by its first owner, architect Andrew B. Talbot of the Pope & Talbot Lumber and Shipping family.

It features six bedrooms and five and a half baths, it comes with a formal living room overlooking a garden, a top-floor sunroom, and a sweeping spiral staircase that hits three floors.

Asking is a whopping $8,250,000.