Home of the Week: A Light Filled Mansion in San Francisco

The most expensive home in the San Francisco market was redesigned in 2013 and features priceless views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco bay. Join us for a look inside this stunning Beaux Arts inspired mansion built in 1901.

I’m not often at a loss for words, but this $28,000,000 mansion in San Francisco has done the trick. I’d have to think long and hard to remember a finer home that combines old and new in a more poetic and perfectly executed way.

Built in 1901 and extensively renovated in 2013, this Beau Arts influenced residence was carefully redesigned to provide grand spaces for entertaining and serene private spaces for gracious living. The open living areas are inspiring, but the truly special part of the redesign was how they opened up the home to the priceless views of the iconic Golden Gate bridge, mountains and the San Francisco bay.

The interior dazzles, but so does the spa lounge and rooftop deck – which features an infinity-edge plunge pool overlooking greater San Francisco. The sunsets and those Golden Gate City views you can take in from the pool and rooftop level are so stunning it’s almost not fair.

Let’s take a closer look inside our newest ‘Home of the Week’ listed by Malin Giddings with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Senior Manager, Consumer Engagement at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. In his role he works on all national TV and online advertising initiatives, heads the brands’ internal video production as well as a slew of other projects. He’s held other roles within the Marketing Department ranging from Previews & Product Development to the day to day management of the coldwellbanker.com redesign. Besides being a marketer, Gustavo is a musician, writer, film & TV buff, avid sports fan, cereal aficionado, traveler, Tumblr and Tweeter.

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