Most Expensive Home In San Francisco Sold For $21.8  million

It’s no secret the city of San Francisco boasts its fair share of extremely high-priced homes – it is where many Silicon Valley magnates lay their head, after all – but at $21.8 million, none are more expensive than a 9,095-square-foot marvel located just north of Pacific Heights.

A bona fide mansion built back in 1901, this home has since undergone a massive remodel on both its interior and exterior, making it even more attractive than it already was.

Despite its particularly steep price tag, this expensive abode recently sold to a private buyer, unsurprisingly clocking it in as the most expensive home sold in the city this year.

When the residence was first constructed – an astonishing 115 years ago – a well-to-do fish packer named James Madison called 2250 Vallejo home.

The home changed shapes a bit, acting as housing for wounded World War II soldiers before transitioning into an apartment building after.

For 50 years, this extravagant abode rented its premises to paying tenants until a heavy remodel of the building was scheduled to take place.

Over the course of two years, 2250 Vallejo’s exterior was restored to its original 19th-century Parisian style while the interior underwent a massive face-lift including imported furniture from Italy.

Featuring gorgeous dark wood accents in its dining room, marble-outfit bathrooms, two private dressing rooms, and utter jaw-dropping visuals of downtown San Francisco and its bay, the two-year project clearly paid off in absolute spades.

Listed initially at around $28 million last November, the home’s $21.8 million price tag is still nothing to bat an eye at.

With a meticulously planned remodel under its belt – and the fact it features some of the best views in all of San Francisco – this home’s happy new owner likely won’t be fretting over its price tag, instead opting to enjoy its many, many perks.

Its interiors

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