A $40 million spec house that held the distinguished honor of being the most expensive listing in San Francisco has just sold. Now we are left with the very important question: did a tech bro buy it?
A developer bought the 19th-century clapboard house that used to sit on the lot in the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood for $7.8 million in 2009, and then built this home in its place. The house then hit the market in April.
The 11,400-square-foot home has two wine cellars, an outdoor terrace on the top floor, an elevator, home theater, gym, seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a terrace with views of the bay. There’s also anti-reflective glass on the north side of the house so you can see outside at night when the lights are on.
A spokesperson for Sotheby’s told Curbed that the final price of the sale has actually not yet been disclosed.
The most expensive home ever sold in city was Belvedere Island’s Locksley Hall, which sold for $47.5 million.