San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home Asks $40M

A peek at the office.A new spec house in San Francisco is asking an eye-popping $40M, making it the most expensive home for sale in the city. It's located in the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood, a location that is no stranger to big-ticket real estate transactions. If you’ll recall, that neighborhood is also the site of the city’s most expensive home sale of 2016—when 30-year-old tech billionaire Kyle Vogt paid $21.8M for 2250 Vallejo Street—and the owners of this home will count Oracle’s Larry Ellison, Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive and philanthropists Ann and Gordon Getty as neighbors.

Developer Bill Campbell of Marble Management purchased this property back in 2009 for $7.8M and the new 11,400-square-foot limestone contemporary home that now sits there is the product of a collaboration between architect Tom Taylor of Taylor Lombardo and Handel Architects, who did the interior architecture. The home features 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms as well as an elevator that services all the levels. Additional luxury details include three fireplaces, two wine rooms, a home gym a theater and a full outdoor kitchen on the top-floor terrace.

Val Steele of Pacific Union International and Tom Biss of Sotheby’s International Realty represent the listing, which was reported by Curbed.

The home sports a contemporary style. The kitchen features a massive center island.
A marble fireplace anchors a living area. A contemporary light fixture lights the dining table.
A peek at the spacious master bedroom.
The home features two custom wine rooms. A living space features a modern fireplace.
The master bathroom features a luxurious soaking tub.
The top floor features a deck overlooking the bay.
The house features an epic home theatre. The roof deck overlooks the city.