Sold for a whopping $31 million, the mega mansion at 2701 Broadway has been crowned as San Francisco’s most expensive home. Though it had been listed for $39 million, the 16,400-square foot home in California got new owners for lesser price and still made it to the most expensive category. The large country house with lands was built in 1910 and located at one of the highest elevation points in Pacific Heights providing unparalleled panoramic views stretching from the Golden Gate Bridge to the San Francisco City skyline.Though the home has undergone a restoration in 2002 by Moller Willrich Architecture and Design, it still retains its classic architectural details.The large estate is home to seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The three rooftop terraces put on display the impressive skyline of the City by the Bay. Apart from an indoor basketball court, the mansion also includes a multitude of rooms to cater to today’s active lifestyle.
Sadly, it comes with a garage large enough to accommodate two cars only.The interiors feature box beam ceilings, elegant moldings, white wainscoting, and big carved fireplaces.Though the identity of the new owners is kept under wraps it is known that the house has been sold by raw food chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/guitar-company-CEO husband Michael Klein who had purchased it for $27 million in 2012.