Curbed San Francisco: San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home Hits the Market for $40 Million

The home on Billionaire’s Row features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and an outdoor kitchen on the top-floor terrace.

San Francisco, California is known for its high rents and home prices. But now, there’s a new house on the market in the city that’s making other listings seem affordable.

A home in Pacific Heights on Billionaire’s Row has officially hit the market for $40 million. The 11,400-square-foot limestone property is brand new from top to bottom, and comes with unique features including two wine rooms, an outdoor kitchen on the top-floor terrace, a home theater and gym. It also boasts seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, four half baths, three fireplaces and a terrace with views of the bay.

The home, which is now the most expensive in San Francisco, was designed by architect Tom Taylor of Taylor Lombardo, while the interior was handled by Handel Architects. Before its complete redesign, it was originally purchased by developer Bill Campbell of Marble Management in 2009 for $7.8 million.

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Photos courtesy of Jacob Elliott.