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$26,800,000 - 8Br/6Ba -  for Sale in San Francisco
Price: $26,800,000
Beds: 8
Baths: 6
Living Area SqFt: 10,734
Status: Active
Property Type: Single-family Homes
Lot Size Acres: 0.19
Lot Size SqFt: 8,219
Year Built: 1906
Days on Website: 4

Courtesy of Joy Rong, Intero Real Estate Services.

Property Description

Originally built in 1906 by the renowned father and son architect team of Newsom & Newsom, this Classic Revival Residence located on one of the premier blocks of Pacific Heights recently experienced a resurgence of glowing accolades. Twenty-eight of the best & brightest designers in SF descended upon the 4 story 11,000+ sq foot mansion and transformed it from a stately handsome home into dazzling jaw-dropping icon. The Mack Mansion of yesteryear was artfully reimagined for a contemporary aesthete, while respectfully paying homage to its rich heritage. Juxtaposed with the modern designer decor, classic architectural details still abound from the grand escalier crafted in dark wood with wrought-iron balusters to the immediately recognizable circular temple-style portico white marble front entrance. This one of a kind property has only been in the hands of a few owners such as financier Julius Mack, the Orrick Family for 50 yrs, and a prominent orthomolecular doctor.

Property Details and Features

  • Listing
  • Source: San Francisco
  • Bathrooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • Bedrooms
  • 8 bedrooms
  • House
  • 10,734 square feet
  • Built in 1906
  • 14 total rooms
  • Traditional
  • Disability Features
  • Elevator/Lift
  • Water
  • Water-Public
  • Sewer System-Public
  • Location
  • Area: Pacific Heights
  • County: San Francisco
  • Lot
  • 8,219 square feet
  • Parking
  • 4 parking spaces
  • Garage
  • Property
  • Property subtype 1: Single-Family Homes
  • Zoning: RH-1

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$26,800,000 – 2698 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115

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