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A Map of San Francisco's Most Expensive Homes For Sale

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San Francisco is not known for its housing bargains. In fact, its reputation is quite the opposite. Whether you are looking to purchase a trophy home or curious about how the other half lives, you will enjoy seeing what the big bucks gets you.

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2825 Scott Street

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$28.5 millionThis 16,000-square-foot mansion has views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz, and Angel Island. You get seven bedrooms, eight full baths, and eight marble fireplaces. There's a chance you've seen this one before, as it was the Decorator Showcase House in 2008.

2250 Vallejo Street

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$28 millionThis home was once divided into as many as 10 apartments, but a dramatic renovation transformed it into a single-family home again. It's modern on the inside, and walls of glass make you feel like you are floating above the city and amazing bridge and bay views.

1032 Broadway Street

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$12 millionThis circa 1853 home sits atop Russian Hill, and it has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. It also has several terraces to enjoy water and city vistas. The interior architecture is dramatic, including one of the grandest fireplaces on the market.

2505 Divisadero Street

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$11.85 millionWe've said it before: Once a celebrity home, always a celebrity home. This one used to belong to Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett in 1993. It has been remodeled since then, of course. The latest iteration features a luxe kitchen and a master done in purple flocked wallpaper.

101 Maple Street

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$10.995 millionThis house just shed $1 million from its asking price, or it would be a bit higher on the list. It is a luxury flip, and prior to its remodel, it was mired in the 1970s. Now it is planted firmly in modernism of today. Notable features include a master suite with a retractable glass roof.

3323 Clay Street

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$9.95 millionThis home tried to sell in 2015, disappeared from the market, and then returned in January with a higher ask of $11.25 million, before dropping to its current price. It is notable for a yummy master bath completely lined in marble and a sizable backyard.

301 Mission Street

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$8.995 millionThe Millennium Tower makes two appearances on this list, and unit 49B is the most expensive. It is on the northwest corner of the building, which gives it great views. And at 3,315 square feet, it is sizable for a condo.

1735 Franklin Street

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$8.995 millionWe have written about this regal brick house for months — all the way back to 2014 when it was asking for $9.75 million. It recently changed its staging and dropped its price down to $8.995 million, but the basics are the same. It has a classic brick facade, grand rooms (six bedrooms, two family rooms), and a covetable location just a stone's throw from the California Street Whole Foods. Of course, Franklin is a busy street, which may be why it is lingering.

200 Laurel Street

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$8.995 millionWhen we wrote about this house back in January 2015, it was on the market for $7.195 million and we deemed it "kind of meh." Now it is back with a bigger price tag and a new look. We haven't seen the photos yet, but the real estate agent promised a dramatic makeover.

3756 Jackson Street

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$8.995 millionHere is another one that has been hanging around for a while. We last wrote about it at the end of 2015 when it dropped the price by $1.5 million to $9.95 million, and now it has fallen about a million more. It has lovely old details like a winding staircase, leaded-glass windows, and ornate moldings.

761 Marina Boulevard

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$8.5 millionFrom its waterside location, you can easily see the boats docked in the marina. This home has Spanish Mediterranean style that starts on the exterior and carries throughout nearly every room.

2635 Broadway Street

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$8.25 millionThis is another mega flip, and its dramatic living wall on the exterior makes it unforgettable. Pre-remodel, it was stuck in the 1980s and obsessively covered with mirrored surfaces. The new home is modern and warmed in spots by contemporary wood paneling.

301 Mission Street

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$7.495 millionOur second Millennium property is unit 53C and it features views (of course), including an in-your-face Bay Bridge vista. This one is slightly smaller, at 2,819 square feet. The listing claims its layout is one of the most coveted in the building.

341 Filbert Street

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$7.3 millionThis Telegraph Hill house entered the market just under two weeks ago, and it caught our eye right away because of its bold use of color — including bright blue kitchen cabinets and a vivid blue bathtub. There is also a plethora of pattern in the wallpapers. The views include close up looks of the TransAmerica Pyramid.

301 Mission Street

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$7.195 millionWhen unit 49A at the Millennium Tower came on the market, we called it a "condo with personality," calling out its bold wallpaper and tile choices. This is one many would not call sterile or cold.

369 Marina Boulevard

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$6.995 millionThis is the second Marina Boulevard home on the list, and it has a dazzling view of the Marina Green, Alcatraz, and the Golden Gate Bridge. The top floor has a sheltered deck and a wet bar — perfect for a future Blue Angels party.

765 Market Street

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$6.975 millionUnit 23 AB in the Four Seasons was once two units, but it has been knit together as one, giving it 3,495 square feet. It does have some quirks, including the hard-to-overlook fact that is still appears as two residences, with a duo of distinct kitchens and floor treatments.

3159 Baker Street

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$6.5 millionIf you have a long memory, you likely recognize this Marina house as the scene of Top Chef San Francisco in 2009. The Spanish Mediterranean home has period details and a view deck overlooking the dome of the Palace of Fine Arts. It also has a weighty 4,680 square feet.

653 Dolores Street

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$6.49 millionWe have written about this property a lot recently: It is called the Lighthouse today, but a century ago it was the Second Church of Christ Scientist. An extensive remodel converted it to four townhouses, each with four stories (not including the spectacular owner unit under the dome). They all have an industrial vibe, and each one has its own pew.

415 Buena Vista Avenue

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$6.2 millionWhen we first wrote about this property in February, we termed it "bizarre." There's a lot of unique features, including a basketball court out back. It has a rather plain exterior, but inside there's a richly paneled Old World living area with a bat sconce and monkeys carved into the molding. It also has an amazing view of Corona Heights Park.

465 Avila Street

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$5.995 millionThis Marina house was built in the 1940s, and it has many hallmarks of that era — including a knotty pine family room with a wet bar on the lower level. It has been owned by the same family since 1962, and they clearly loved the home, as they apparently changed very little.

2008 Vallejo Street

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$5.95 millionWould any other city have a burned-out, fire-ravaged home listed as one of the most expensive? Ah, San Francisco. When we wrote about it recently, we speculated that it might be "little more than a brick box full of charred timbers and badly singed dreams." However damaged it might be, the potential is still there.

2170 Jackson Street

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$5.7 millionOf all the homes on this list, the condo at 2170 has one of the most unusual features: a wall coating that protects against electric and magnetic fields. This caused us to dub it a Faraday cage when we covered it previously. After seeing 10 Cloverfield Lane this weekend, we wonder if we should take it more seriously.

1150 Sacramento Street

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$5.495 millionHere is another one that has been with us for a while. When it went on the market in 2014 for $5.95 million, it was the most expensive condo on the market (but clearly the Millennium has ruined that notion). But its current price and swank Nob Hill location has it hanging onto its "most expensive" status on this list.

3307 Broderick Street

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$5.25 millionThis home is described as two units, but the listing seems to duck the issue. If it is, indeed, two (and not remodeled into a single condo), the upper floor is clearly the dominant one. For one thing, it's bigger, and for another, it has a fantastic roof deck.

2825 Scott Street

$28.5 millionThis 16,000-square-foot mansion has views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz, and Angel Island. You get seven bedrooms, eight full baths, and eight marble fireplaces. There's a chance you've seen this one before, as it was the Decorator Showcase House in 2008.

2250 Vallejo Street

$28 millionThis home was once divided into as many as 10 apartments, but a dramatic renovation transformed it into a single-family home again. It's modern on the inside, and walls of glass make you feel like you are floating above the city and amazing bridge and bay views.

1032 Broadway Street

$12 millionThis circa 1853 home sits atop Russian Hill, and it has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. It also has several terraces to enjoy water and city vistas. The interior architecture is dramatic, including one of the grandest fireplaces on the market.

2505 Divisadero Street

$11.85 millionWe've said it before: Once a celebrity home, always a celebrity home. This one used to belong to Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett in 1993. It has been remodeled since then, of course. The latest iteration features a luxe kitchen and a master done in purple flocked wallpaper.

101 Maple Street

$10.995 millionThis house just shed $1 million from its asking price, or it would be a bit higher on the list. It is a luxury flip, and prior to its remodel, it was mired in the 1970s. Now it is planted firmly in modernism of today. Notable features include a master suite with a retractable glass roof.

3323 Clay Street

$9.95 millionThis home tried to sell in 2015, disappeared from the market, and then returned in January with a higher ask of $11.25 million, before dropping to its current price. It is notable for a yummy master bath completely lined in marble and a sizable backyard.

301 Mission Street

$8.995 millionThe Millennium Tower makes two appearances on this list, and unit 49B is the most expensive. It is on the northwest corner of the building, which gives it great views. And at 3,315 square feet, it is sizable for a condo.

1735 Franklin Street

$8.995 millionWe have written about this regal brick house for months — all the way back to 2014 when it was asking for $9.75 million. It recently changed its staging and dropped its price down to $8.995 million, but the basics are the same. It has a classic brick facade, grand rooms (six bedrooms, two family rooms), and a covetable location just a stone's throw from the California Street Whole Foods. Of course, Franklin is a busy street, which may be why it is lingering.

200 Laurel Street

$8.995 millionWhen we wrote about this house back in January 2015, it was on the market for $7.195 million and we deemed it "kind of meh." Now it is back with a bigger price tag and a new look. We haven't seen the photos yet, but the real estate agent promised a dramatic makeover.

3756 Jackson Street

$8.995 millionHere is another one that has been hanging around for a while. We last wrote about it at the end of 2015 when it dropped the price by $1.5 million to $9.95 million, and now it has fallen about a million more. It has lovely old details like a winding staircase, leaded-glass windows, and ornate moldings.

761 Marina Boulevard

$8.5 millionFrom its waterside location, you can easily see the boats docked in the marina. This home has Spanish Mediterranean style that starts on the exterior and carries throughout nearly every room.

2635 Broadway Street

$8.25 millionThis is another mega flip, and its dramatic living wall on the exterior makes it unforgettable. Pre-remodel, it was stuck in the 1980s and obsessively covered with mirrored surfaces. The new home is modern and warmed in spots by contemporary wood paneling.

301 Mission Street

$7.495 millionOur second Millennium property is unit 53C and it features views (of course), including an in-your-face Bay Bridge vista. This one is slightly smaller, at 2,819 square feet. The listing claims its layout is one of the most coveted in the building.

341 Filbert Street

$7.3 millionThis Telegraph Hill house entered the market just under two weeks ago, and it caught our eye right away because of its bold use of color — including bright blue kitchen cabinets and a vivid blue bathtub. There is also a plethora of pattern in the wallpapers. The views include close up looks of the TransAmerica Pyramid.

301 Mission Street

$7.195 millionWhen unit 49A at the Millennium Tower came on the market, we called it a "condo with personality," calling out its bold wallpaper and tile choices. This is one many would not call sterile or cold.

369 Marina Boulevard

$6.995 millionThis is the second Marina Boulevard home on the list, and it has a dazzling view of the Marina Green, Alcatraz, and the Golden Gate Bridge. The top floor has a sheltered deck and a wet bar — perfect for a future Blue Angels party.

765 Market Street

$6.975 millionUnit 23 AB in the Four Seasons was once two units, but it has been knit together as one, giving it 3,495 square feet. It does have some quirks, including the hard-to-overlook fact that is still appears as two residences, with a duo of distinct kitchens and floor treatments.

3159 Baker Street

$6.5 millionIf you have a long memory, you likely recognize this Marina house as the scene of Top Chef San Francisco in 2009. The Spanish Mediterranean home has period details and a view deck overlooking the dome of the Palace of Fine Arts. It also has a weighty 4,680 square feet.

653 Dolores Street

$6.49 millionWe have written about this property a lot recently: It is called the Lighthouse today, but a century ago it was the Second Church of Christ Scientist. An extensive remodel converted it to four townhouses, each with four stories (not including the spectacular owner unit under the dome). They all have an industrial vibe, and each one has its own pew.

415 Buena Vista Avenue

$6.2 millionWhen we first wrote about this property in February, we termed it "bizarre." There's a lot of unique features, including a basketball court out back. It has a rather plain exterior, but inside there's a richly paneled Old World living area with a bat sconce and monkeys carved into the molding. It also has an amazing view of Corona Heights Park.

465 Avila Street

$5.995 millionThis Marina house was built in the 1940s, and it has many hallmarks of that era — including a knotty pine family room with a wet bar on the lower level. It has been owned by the same family since 1962, and they clearly loved the home, as they apparently changed very little.

2008 Vallejo Street

$5.95 millionWould any other city have a burned-out, fire-ravaged home listed as one of the most expensive? Ah, San Francisco. When we wrote about it recently, we speculated that it might be "little more than a brick box full of charred timbers and badly singed dreams." However damaged it might be, the potential is still there.

2170 Jackson Street

$5.7 millionOf all the homes on this list, the condo at 2170 has one of the most unusual features: a wall coating that protects against electric and magnetic fields. This caused us to dub it a Faraday cage when we covered it previously. After seeing 10 Cloverfield Lane this weekend, we wonder if we should take it more seriously.

1150 Sacramento Street

$5.495 millionHere is another one that has been with us for a while. When it went on the market in 2014 for $5.95 million, it was the most expensive condo on the market (but clearly the Millennium has ruined that notion). But its current price and swank Nob Hill location has it hanging onto its "most expensive" status on this list.

3307 Broderick Street

$5.25 millionThis home is described as two units, but the listing seems to duck the issue. If it is, indeed, two (and not remodeled into a single condo), the upper floor is clearly the dominant one. For one thing, it's bigger, and for another, it has a fantastic roof deck.