The most expensive residence for sale in San Francisco still goes to the home of Doug Engmann, former chairman of the Pacific Stock Exchange. His abode at 2724 Pacific in Pacific Heights is still sitting pretty at $30M. There are quite a few new additions to the most expensive housing stock, so we thought it best to show you what's available in pretty map form. Unlike past maps, this time around all the properties are in either Pacific Heights or Presidio Heights. Let's get this party started!Read More
The 10 Most Expensive Residences for Sale in San Francisco
2724 Pacific, Pacific Heights
At $30M, this is the top dog in our Priciest Residential Real Estate Club. 2724 Pacific is a four-level, 7-bedroom home currently owned by Doug Engmann, former chairman of the Pacific Stock Exchange. The 13,500 square foot abode sits on a lot totaling more than 26,000 square feet, making it one of San Francisco's largest private residential parcels. Property highlights include (everything) a gorgeous solarium with koi pond, and a carriage house that doubles as a game room.
2712 Broadway, Pacific Heights
San Francisco's second most expensive piece of residential property is actually a plan to build on Billionaire's Row. It's listed for $28.85M. The design is by architect Tom Taylor of Taylor Lombardo. The listing tells us that this "is a unique opportunity to purchase and be part of the finished design or purchase the lot with entitlements to build for $18M."
2950 Vallejo, Pacific Heights
This Neo-Tuscan mansion came on the market last year asking $19,500,000. It's now asking $16,995,000. The 8-bed- 5.75-bath abode played host to the 2011 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The Oakland Tribune published a rumor in 1940 that Princess Stephanie von Hoohenlohe, a "notorious member of Hitler's spy organization," went into hiding here around that time.
2622 Jackson, Pacific Heights
Legendary filmmaker Chris Columbus put his massive Pacific Heights mansion on the market just last month for $12.995M, and it's already in contract. The abode is 11,450 square feet and has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms.
3150 Jackson, Pacific Heights
This 5-bed, 5.5-bath, 6,500 sq. ft. manse hit the market last month asking $11.5M. It's been renovated from top to bottom.
2000 Washington, Pacific Heights
Unit #3 at this highly coveted co-op is currently owned by famous angel investor Ron Conway. The very dated 10-room, 5,360 sq. ft. apartment is asking $11.5M.
3725 Washington, Presidio Heights
This very fabulous 9,540 sq. ft. home was "reinvented" by designer Michael Taylor. There are five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. The home's asking $11M. Property highlights include a glamorous outdoor pool and marble galore throughout the space.
2090 Vallejo, Pacific Heights
This classic Georgian home is new to the market at $10.95M. The 7-bed, 7-bath, 10,563 sq. ft. abode is full of architectural detail, great scale, and views galore.
15 Arguello, Presidio Heights
This pink abode in Presidio Heights has nine bedrooms and clocks in at 9,398 square feet. It's asking $10.75M. It was built in 1912, and was completely redesigned by the Berkeley Dean of Architecture Joseph Esherick in 1955.
2666 Broadway, Pacific Heights
One of the only contemporary (remodeled) homes on the map, this 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,953 square foot home was designed in 1938 by William Wurster. It's been completely rebuilt since last being sold in late 2011 for $4.7M. It's asking $10.25M.