Any guesses on which tech billionaire bought San Francisco’s most expensive listing?

2250 Vallejo Street (image credit: SF Properties)
2250 Vallejo Street (image credit: SF Properties)

After being on the market for almost a year, San Francisco’s most expensive listing has sold – for $6.2 million less than the $28 million it was originally asking for.

Still, it’s $21.8 million price tag makes 2250 Vallejo Street the most expensive sale in the city all year.

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According to Curbed, the seven-bedroom home was originally built in 1902 for a fish packing baron. Then during World War II, former San Francisco Mayor Angelo J Rossi transformed the building into an apartment building for wounded soldiers. It remained an apartment building until its most recent owners snapped it up a few years ago and turned it into the single-family-home before us today. It comes with five levels, five bedroom suites, three powder rooms, a three-car garage, two guest bedrooms, a media room and bay views.

The most expensive home ever sold in city was Belvedere Island’s Locksley Hall, which sold for $47.5 million last year.

There is no word on the buyer at this point, but if it’s not a tech mogul, we’ll eat our hat.

Malin Giddings and Neal Ward of Compass had the listing. [Curbed]

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