For nine years, an enormous mansion in San Francisco has sat idly on the market.
Despite the lack of interest, its owners have added millions to the asking price.
2820 Scott Street is a seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom villa located in San Francisco’s ritzy Cow Hollow neighbourhood — within a stone’s throw of “Billionaire’s Row.” A listing first popped up in 2008 for $A37 million. As time went by and real estate prices in San Francisco soared, the owners of 2820 Scott Street raised the asking price in order to keep up with the market.
For a whopping $A39.05 million, this slice of Italian heaven could be all yours.
It's located just two blocks north of Broadway in the Pacific Heights neighbourhood, which has been called 'Billionaire's Row' for its concentration of old money and tech execs.
Built in 1904, the 14,360-square-foot home stands out with its low-pitched roof, rectangular shape, and heavily moulded double doors -- in keeping with Italian style.
The 'Under the Tuscan Sun' vibe doesn't stop there. An ornate entryway with carved wood ceilings and a sweeping marble staircase helps whisk residents away from city life.
This Italian beauty comes with some amenities that are hard to find in San Francisco, including a library, four-car garage, and living quarters for staff.
A full kitchen gets a modern makeover with some white paint and hardwood flooring. It comes with a refrigerator, dishwasher, gas-range stove, microwave, and trash compactor.
Many of the rooms provide stunning views of San Francisco landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz Island, and Angel Island.
There are eight full bathrooms and three half-baths. Many feature granite flooring, marble countertops, a shower, a tub, and a crystal chandelier that dresses up a room.
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