San Francisco Penthouses
The tony top-floor pad will feature a pool and multiple outdoor terraces.
Two very upscale condos were once one.
It comes with three outdoor terraces.
Who’s the sleekest of them all?
1920s-era living this is not. Gone are any remnants of its past. In their place, sleek and contemporary vibes galore.
Minimalist luxury on the border of Hayes Valley.
Comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and wraparound deck.
Need we say more?
Fit for any blue blood with a trust fund busting at the seams.
Crowning a Spanish-Mediterranean residential high-rise, this top-floor condo in Pacific Heights still echoes the 1920s without falling victim to renovation purgatory.
That’s $6,051 per square foot.
$3,921 per square foot is one of the highest ever paid in the city.
Window-encased stunner is one of SF’s priciest properties on the market
This corner penthouse inside of the downright luxe Four Seasons building in SoMa should get your downtown-lifestyle fantasies flowing. Gushing, in fact. Because this place is a doozy in the best way possible.