HOUSE OF THE DAY: A Tudor Mansion With Panoramic Views Of San Francisco Bay Just Sold For $29.5 Million

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A beautiful Tudor home in San Fransisco’s Pacific Heights neighbourhood sold for $29.5 million yesterday, ranking as one of the most expensive homes to sell in the area this year (via Bloomberg).The six bedroom, five full bathroom and two half bathroom home sits on Broadway Street and originally was listed at $33.9 million. 

The home was designed in 1922 by famous San Francisco architect Frederick H. Meyer for Stetson G. Hindes.

The house has great bay views, a chef’s kitchen, a catering room, a more than 3,000 bottle wine cellar and a heated outdoor spas.

The gardening is one of the home's premiere features

Check out how big the property is

Inside the large windows make sure you don't miss a second of that view

Great marblework and a huge chandelier in the foyer

The crown moulding throughout the house is unique to the home

This room could host quite the feast

The chef's kitchen

The day room leads you to the balcony

The large glass windows are one of the main selling points of this home

The master bedroom has a huge fireplace and bay windows

The breakfast nook reminds us of a hotel

This photo hardly does the 3,000 bottle wine cellar justice

The pool is great for laps

Who could resist a view of the Golden Gate Bridge?

The entrance to the home is framed by two evergreens

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