San Francisco Spec Mansion listed at $ 46 million, highest in town
A special home in the Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco is on the market for $ 46 million, making it one of the most expensive listings in town.
Developer Troon Pacific is behind the approximately 12,200 square foot home, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Modernist-influenced home sits on a triple lot with views of the San Francisco Bay stretching from the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz.
The house is mainly made of stone, wood, stucco, glass and concrete. The entrance to the two-story atrium has a 19-foot-high motorized entrance door and a floating staircase leading up to the roof.
It has six bedrooms and is spread over three floors with a roof garden and terrace. Solar panels provide about 28 percent of the home’s energy. The backyard has a small patio and a lap pool.
Troon Pacific listed another specific house in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco in 2018 with a similar request – $ 45 million. The house sold last March for $ 27 million. CEO Gregory Malin called the award “disappointing”.
“At that point, I just thought the right decision was to grab the opportunity I had in hand when I didn’t know what the world would be like,” he said.
The company is big on luxury technology and includes cutting edge air filtration systems in many of its projects, as well as high tech security systems.
[WSJ] – Denis lynch