Go inside the most expensive home in San Francisco, on the market for $28.5 million

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There’s a new most expensive home in San Francisco.

Following the $3 million price cut of 2250 Vallejo, a stunning, 14,360-square-foot home on Scott Street is now the city’s priciest, Curbed SF reported.

It’s listed for $28.5 million – and it’s easy to see why. The Italianate villa, located in the ritzy neighborhood of Pacific Heights, is stunning. Complete with a Tiffany glass skylight, five marble terraces, and coffered ceilings, this mansion combines massiveness with magnificence.

2820 Scott Street was first listed in 2013 for $24.8 million. Now the home is priced at $28.5 million, and if you can afford it, you’re guaranteed to live in style in the heart of San Francisco.

Olivia Hsu Decker of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.


The yellow exterior is bright and cheery.

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The ornate hallways and paneled ceilings are sure to impress visitors.

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Look up in awe at the Tiffany glass skylight.

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The home features seven bedrooms in total.

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It also has eight full bathrooms and three partial bathrooms.

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Rooms are completely renovated, but retain an old-world ambience.

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They exhibit exquisite architectural detailing.

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The kitchen is pristine.

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The study is cozy.

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The lower level is grand.

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Eight marble fireplaces can be found throughout the home.

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Elevator access is available on every floor.

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You can spot views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and more from this mansion’s rooftop deck.

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For more information on the listing, visit Sotheby’s International Realty online.