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Sponsored – Luxury developer creates ‘virtual oasis in the heart of the city’

  Troon Pacific wants to make a statement, so the luxury developer created something awe-inspiring, sustainable and welcoming on Russian Hill. The result is 950 Lombard St., a one-of-a kind residence boasting five bedrooms, a guest cottage, a subterranean art gallery, seemingly endless views and a cantilevered infinity edge pool crowning Russian Hill. “A home like Residence 950 is an impossible find in San Francisco, a ...more

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Take a look at San Francisco’s most expensive listing

The $45M Russian Hill estate overlooks the city’s most famous landmarks and views Sitting atop San Francisco’s Russian Hill, San Francisco’s most expensive listing is the best of both worlds — it’s a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the Financial District, and offers pristine views of the city’s most famous landmarks such as Alcatraz, Angel Island and the Bay Bridge. Yet its eco-friendly ...more

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San Francisco Luxury Homes Outperform General Market

Sales of $3 million-plus homes increased 25% in September as the overall market fell 9%, Pacific Union finds   While the overall housing market in San Francisco slowed down in September, the luxury segment remained relatively strong, benefitting from the vibrant tech and financial sectors, according to an analysis released Tuesday by brokerage Pacific Union International. Last month, 20 homes in San Francisco sold for ...more

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This $45 million San Francisco home could shatter the city’s real-estate record — take a look inside the gorgeous complex

San Francisco has a new contender for the city’s most expensive home: 950 Lombard was recently listed at $45 million. If it sells at asking price, it’ll shatter the city’s current real-estate record of $38 million. The compound features an infinity pool, six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a four-car garage.   San Francisco is notorious for its overpriced housing market — 60% of tech workers now say they can’t afford homes — and ...more

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Home in San Francisco Listed For Record $45 Million

San Francisco’s already crazy-expensive real estate market just got a little more nutty Monday with a home listed for — brace yourself — $45 million. The 9,500-square-foot home at 950 Lombard St. in the city’s Russian Hill neighborhood sits on two lots just a block away from the famous crooked section of Lombard that draws tourists from all over the globe. The property features a ...more

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San Francisco Home with Soaring Bay Views Asks $45 Million

Located in the city’s Russian Hill neighborhood, the property has a cantilevered infinity pool and a subterranean library A spec house on San Francisco’s Russian Hill that has an infinity pool cantilevered over the hillside and a subterranean art gallery is asking $45 million. If the home sells for its asking price it will set a record for a single family home in the city, ...more

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San Francisco Home With Soaring Bay Views Asks $45 Million

Located in the city’s Russian Hill neighborhood, the property has a cantilevered infinity pool and a subterranean art gallery A spec house on San Francisco’s Russian Hill that has an infinity pool cantilevered over the hillside and a subterranean art gallery is asking $45 million. If the home sells for its asking price it will set a record for a single family home in the ...more

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Inside San Francisco’s most expensive home ever with an infinity pool cantilevered over a hillside

San Francisco’s real estate market reached a new pinnacle in outrageousness. Perched on the crest of Russian Hill, a stunning estate spread across two lots with soaring bay views is asking a cool $45 million. If 950 Lombard sells for even several million below the asking price, it will go down as the city’s most expensive single-family home sale ever.   The current record-holder is ...more

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Check out this $45 million Russian Hill compound that just hit the market

Perched up on San Francisco’s Russian Hill, the sweeping views from 950 Lombard St. reach from Alcatraz to Salesforce Tower. But the roughly 9,500-square-foot gated compound at that address is a sight to behold itself. If purchased for its $45 million asking price, the three bedroom, three bathroom estate will set a record for a single family home in San Francisco, listing agent Val Steele of Pacific ...more

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VIDEO: Look inside this incredible $45 million San Francisco home

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — How much would you pay to live at the foot of a Bay Area icon? How about $45 million? RELATED: Steve Kerr buys $7.3M SF home in anticipation of Warriors move That’s the asking price for a beautiful estate just a stone’s throw from the famous crooked block of Lombard Street in San Francisco. And realtors say if it holds, it would ...more

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