Residence 950: San Francisco’s Most Expensive House Comes With a Private Park
Residence 950 features a treasure trove of luxury amenities that include an art gallery, a complete wellness centre and an infinity pool overlooking the San Francisco Bay
A new luxe home has risen from the grounds of San Francisco. Designed by Troon Pacific, Residence 950 is hitting the market with a hefty price tag of $45 million, knocking over the most expensive property in the city, which belongs to a Gold Coast home that went for $38 million.
At its asking price, Residence 950 is targetting to be the most expensive home in San Francisco, and it has all the features to back it up. The 9,500-square-foot property is located in the Russian Hill neighbourhood, an upscale residential area known for its expensive view of major city landmarks like the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges.
San Francisco’s Most Expensive House
Built with its surroundings in mind, the property bears an open concept with a lush private park, a Norwegian stone infinity-edge swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and open fireplace. Residents will be able to experience the finest views overlooking the entire city while feeling like a million bucks (literally) laying in their own yard. Facing the heated bench is a retractable movie screen with surround sound speakers for residents to exchange the view for a movie night – the epitome of a cutting-edge home, perfectly placed.
The interior is equally as impressive featuring a glass elevator that connects all four levels of the house. From a four-car underground garage to a two-storey art gallery and a complete wellness centre (with a sauna, steam room, hot tub and outdoor shower), and as much marble as the Taj Mahal, this luxury Residence 950 is designed for the bon vivant who appreciates excellence in life.
The mass amenities continues inside the three bedrooms which include a top-floor master suite with vaulted ceilings, built-in closets, an en-suite bath with an oversized rainfall shower and freestanding tub, and a balcony that overlooks the park-like expanse below.
To own this masterpiece of a home, visit Residence 950.