What $5 Million Can Buy You In… The San Francisco Bay Area

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285 Anselmo Avenue, San Francisco

In Haute Residence’s weekly “What $5 Million Can Buy You In…” column, we explore real estate available in cities around the world for around $5 million. This week’s focus? The San Francisco Bay Area!

From Silicon Valley to Napa Valley, the San Francisco Bay Area offers the best of an urban lifestyle and unmatched natural beauty. Haute Residence has rounded up five homes in the Bay Area currently available for around $5 million.

#1: Queen Anne Victorian

Built in 1888 and renovated in 2002, this 15-room Queen Anne Victorian is a blend of vintage and modern. Listed for $5.38 million, the stately home includes a chef’s kitchen, home theater, lower level apartment, and more.

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The home is located in Buena Vista Park, a neighborhood of important historical residences, and boasts views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

#2: Waterfront Views

Listed for $4.5 million, this single family home has comes with curb front charm, a modern interior, and waterfront views. Its newly redesigned interior provides space, light, and high-end finishes. The main level opens to a large terrace with a built-in outdoor kitchen that offers spectacular views of Alcatraz Island, the Bay, the Bay Bridge, the downtown skyline, and more.

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The garage rooftop is a smartly landscaped garden, which can be seen from the street facing side of the house.

#3: Crisp and White

This newly-renovated home—located in the heart of Pacific Heights—recently underwent a complete transformation, resulting in it earning a $4.5 million price tag.

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The amenity-rich, single-family home comes with a seaside vibe, an open chef’s kitchen, a spacious deck with a custom vegetable bed, a state-of-the-art kitchen, four floors of living space, and more.

#4: Co-op with a View

Situated on the 5th floor of the six unit co-op building, this unit receives abundant sunshine and Bay views from all sides.

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Its center bay window provides a front row seat to Alcatraz Island, while its three bedrooms have no shortage of natural light. The redone chef’s kitchen includes custom cabinetry, carrara marble, stainless steel appliances, and more.

#5: Bay Area Playground

This $6.5 million single-family home offers the best of ultra-modern interior amenities, with contemporary architecture. The five-bedroom residence includes a media/entertainment room, a gym/yoga room, play area, three-car garage, and eight-car motor court. The seamless blending of the indoors and outdoors make this the perfect space for an impromptu—or formal—gathering.


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