It's hard to imagine stress following you home when you're kicking back in a garden mansion on top of San Francisco's Russian Hill. Aside from the fact that you'd be facing mortgage payments on the $45 million house, which happens to be the most expensive home in the Bay Area.
Designed by real estate company Troon Pacific, the approximately 9,500-square-foot Residence 950 is legitimately next level. The mansion, which offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city without sacrificing the views, is located at 950 Lombard Street. Among some of its many standout features panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island, Downtown San Francisco, and Coit Tower.
"A home like Residence 950 is an impossible find in San Francisco, a virtual oasis in the heart of the city," Gregory Malin, CEO of Troon Pacific, stated. "It was essential for us to provide a home that is truly unique, has the most sought-after amenities and materials, and remains understated from the street and then reveals a rare level of amenity and openness."
As if the exterior wasn't spectacular enough), the interior includes insane amenities like an elevator, a subterranean art gallery, wellness center, and bat cave-style garage. The list goes on, but you'd have to see it to believe it.
Including a Siedle Steel electronic entry system with a keypad and biometric access, the press release states. Once you're in, you can walk to the front entrance or drive to an "underground auto entrance with a glass garage roll-up door." Translation: casually drive into a four-car bat-cave style garage with a tunnel entrance, an automotive turntable, and dog wash.
Since the house is three stories tall, you might need it after a while.
The master is one of three main bedrooms and two guest rooms, not including the one bedroom in the separate historic cottage.
Use a different bathroom every day of the week, since there are a total of six and a half baths in this mansion. That doesn't include the one in the separate cottage.
Ok, I could work with this.
Because, why not? Plus, it has an adjacent wine wall. Oh, and it's two stories tall.
The private garden's a little over a third of an acre long, with water views and 100-year-old olive & lemon trees.
That includes a retractable theater screen, surround sound system, and wood-burning pizza oven, beverage center, and kitchen encourage outdoor living.
Just imagine rela there.