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The Most Expensive Homes to Recently Come onto the Market

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This week we're changing up our usual routine of picking a specific neighborhood and listing the ten least expensive properties for sale. This time around we'll be listing the ten most expensive properties in San Francisco to hit the market in the past seven days. This map does not include multi-unit buildings—only single-family homes and condos are included. Of the 178 properties that recently hit the market, the ten most expensive range from a one-bedroom asking $3.5M to a $28.95M Billionaire's Row home that isn't even built yet. Let's get this party started!

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2712 Broadway, Pacific Heights

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Asking price: $28,950,000
Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 11,607 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $2,494
The skinny: This is a too be built home on Billionaire's Row. Property highlights (will eventually) include a home theater, exercise room, wine cellar, sauna, steam room, elevator to all levels, au pair site, and roof terrace. "This is a unique opportunity to purchase and be part of the finished design or purchased the lot with entitlements to build for $18,000,000." More on this listing tomorrow.

3660 Jackson, Presidio Heights

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Asking price: $17,500,000
Size: 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 8,820 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,984
The skinny: This stately home sits directly across from the Presidio, so that's a mighty fine front yard. Property highlights include six fireplaces, music room, paneled library with a wet bar, and a large gym that opens to the garden.

15 Arguello, Presidio Heights

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Asking price: $11,750,000
Size: 9-bed, 7.5-bath, 9,398 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,250
The skinny: This home was built in 1912 and was completely redesigned by the Berkeley Dean of Architecture Joseph Esherick and the subsequent extensive renovation was completed in 1955. The property consists of three lots, so gardens are aplenty.

2500 Divisadero, Pacific Heights

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Asking price: $10,000,000
Size: 6-bed, 5.75-bath, 9,125 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,096
The skinny: This home's Tudor revival facade makes it a real stunner. The home has great bones and the interiors have been substantially renovated in both 1999 and 2005. Property highlights include a "top level library hall" and a media room.

1750 Taylor, Russian Hill

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Asking price: $6,600,000
Size: 2-bed, 2.5-bath condo
Price per square foot: Unlisted square footage
The skinny: This is a co-op in the Royal Towers on top of Russian Hill. Monthly HOA dues are an astounding $3,800. Property highlights include a 24-hour doorman and living on the 22nd floor of the Royal Towers. While technically a two bedroom, there is an office that could be converted back to a bedroom to make it a 3-bedroom unit.

501 Marina, Marina

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Asking price: $5,250,000
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Square footage not listed
The skinny: It says it's a four bathroom home but it's really a three bathroom home with two half bathrooms. Property highlights include the Marina Green as your front yard and an elevator to all levels.

157 28th, Sea Cliff

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Asking price: $4,390,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,982 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,102
The skinny: This home sits on a 5,418 square foot lot. Unfortunately there isn't much information on the listing.

120 Lake, Lake

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Asking price: $4,050,000
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Square footage not available
The skinny: This property recently underwent the knife for an extensive renovation. Meaning the contemporary abode's interiors are rich with recessed lighting, glass, and 90 degree angles. Property highlights include three suites (including the master suite) and au pair quarters. THere's also a gigantic kitchen area.

85 Jordan, Laurel Heights

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Asking price: $3,995,000
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Unlisted square footage
The skinny: This is a Julia Morgan-designed jewel of a home. It's "situated on the largest lot on Jordan Park's signature block," so there's that.

1001 California, Nob Hill

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Asking price: $3,500,000
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,910 square foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,832
The skinny: This isn't even San Francisco's most expensive one bedroom currently for sale. Anyway, with neighbors like the Pacific Union Club and the Mark Hopkins, you better believe that this place is asking $3.5M. Highlights include a rotunda-style living room and a library complete with view terrace.

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2712 Broadway, Pacific Heights

Asking price: $28,950,000
Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 11,607 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $2,494
The skinny: This is a too be built home on Billionaire's Row. Property highlights (will eventually) include a home theater, exercise room, wine cellar, sauna, steam room, elevator to all levels, au pair site, and roof terrace. "This is a unique opportunity to purchase and be part of the finished design or purchased the lot with entitlements to build for $18,000,000." More on this listing tomorrow.

3660 Jackson, Presidio Heights

Asking price: $17,500,000
Size: 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 8,820 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,984
The skinny: This stately home sits directly across from the Presidio, so that's a mighty fine front yard. Property highlights include six fireplaces, music room, paneled library with a wet bar, and a large gym that opens to the garden.

15 Arguello, Presidio Heights

Asking price: $11,750,000
Size: 9-bed, 7.5-bath, 9,398 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,250
The skinny: This home was built in 1912 and was completely redesigned by the Berkeley Dean of Architecture Joseph Esherick and the subsequent extensive renovation was completed in 1955. The property consists of three lots, so gardens are aplenty.

2500 Divisadero, Pacific Heights

Asking price: $10,000,000
Size: 6-bed, 5.75-bath, 9,125 square foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,096
The skinny: This home's Tudor revival facade makes it a real stunner. The home has great bones and the interiors have been substantially renovated in both 1999 and 2005. Property highlights include a "top level library hall" and a media room.

1750 Taylor, Russian Hill

Asking price: $6,600,000
Size: 2-bed, 2.5-bath condo
Price per square foot: Unlisted square footage
The skinny: This is a co-op in the Royal Towers on top of Russian Hill. Monthly HOA dues are an astounding $3,800. Property highlights include a 24-hour doorman and living on the 22nd floor of the Royal Towers. While technically a two bedroom, there is an office that could be converted back to a bedroom to make it a 3-bedroom unit.

501 Marina, Marina

Asking price: $5,250,000
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Square footage not listed
The skinny: It says it's a four bathroom home but it's really a three bathroom home with two half bathrooms. Property highlights include the Marina Green as your front yard and an elevator to all levels.

157 28th, Sea Cliff

Asking price: $4,390,000
Size: 5-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,982 sq. ft. single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,102
The skinny: This home sits on a 5,418 square foot lot. Unfortunately there isn't much information on the listing.

120 Lake, Lake

Asking price: $4,050,000
Size: 4-bed, 4.5-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Square footage not available
The skinny: This property recently underwent the knife for an extensive renovation. Meaning the contemporary abode's interiors are rich with recessed lighting, glass, and 90 degree angles. Property highlights include three suites (including the master suite) and au pair quarters. THere's also a gigantic kitchen area.

85 Jordan, Laurel Heights

Asking price: $3,995,000
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Price per square foot: Unlisted square footage
The skinny: This is a Julia Morgan-designed jewel of a home. It's "situated on the largest lot on Jordan Park's signature block," so there's that.

1001 California, Nob Hill

Asking price: $3,500,000
Size: 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,910 square foot condo
Price per square foot: $1,832
The skinny: This isn't even San Francisco's most expensive one bedroom currently for sale. Anyway, with neighbors like the Pacific Union Club and the Mark Hopkins, you better believe that this place is asking $3.5M. Highlights include a rotunda-style living room and a library complete with view terrace.