Haute Residence presents a roundup of spectacular mansions for sale in San Francisco, CA, from a gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian-style abode enveloped by gardens, to an elegant Italian villa on Telegraph Hill.
One of the most stately Queen Anne Victorians in the Bay Area, this 6,000-square-foot home—now asking $5.375 million—showcases ornate common areas; a landscaped rear patio and garden with a hot tub and outdoor dining space; an in-house theater; a spacious and quiet master suite; and a guest apartment with a kitchenette on its lower level.
Located one block from Buena Vista Park, the six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath residence also features a chef’s kitchen that connects to a family room and dining room with a fireplace, which leads to the patio through double French doors. The top floor—which overlooks views of the Golden Gate Bridge—consists of a recreational room, a guest suite, offices, and a west-facing sun deck.
Sited on four-fifths of an acre, this four-bedroom, seven-bath abode showcases uninterrupted views of Mount Tam Sausalito, the Golden Gate Bridge, and entire San Francisco skyline.
Priced at $16.5 million, the 6,400-square-foot home features large formal spaces, a waterside terrace, an oversized master suite, and three en-suite guest rooms, not to mention a gym and an elevator. To boot, the property comes with its own pier, floating dock, and lift.
Spanning 9,415 square feet, this six-bedroom, eight-bath estate (which includes a separate one-bedroom, one-bath guest house) is sited on three-fourths of an acre on the western-most highpoint of Belvedere Island.
Presently tagged at $18.8 million, the waterfront residence also features five fireplaces, and a three-car garage (plus an additional parking space that can accommodate up to seven cars).
Poised in a park-like setting, this five-bedroom, seven-bath mansion—now listed at $6.5 million—features 6,700 square feet of sumptuous living space.
Noteworthy details of the property include high ceilings, ebony Brazilian Cherrywood flooring, a spacious reception hall, and a double living room, all of which open to the south-facing central courtyard and gardens.
A dramatic curved staircase with a custom railing leads to four corner bedroom suites, plus a master suite that encompasses an oversized walk-in dressing room, numerous closets, and a vanity room, plus a black-and-white bath with white terrazzo flooring and granite countertops. Downstairs houses a play area, a yoga room/gym, a media room, and a bath overlooking the lower terraces and gardens.
Built by the De Martini family in 1929, this 6,166-square-foot, Italian-style villa is nestled amidst picturesque European-style gardens on a triple-wide lot.
The painstakingly remodeled home—now asking $13 million—houses four bedrooms and five baths, plus a library, an office, formal, dining, and living rooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a wine cellar, not to mention a guest suite with a kitchenette, laundry facility, and a two-car detached garage off a motor court (designed to be tented, it’s notably equipped with a Tesla charging station). Fine design details include hand-painted palazzo ceilings, stone columns, Italian mosaics, and venetian hand-plastered walls.