HOUSE OF THE DAY: $34 Million Mansion On San Francisco's 'Billionaire's Row' Is Finally In Contract After 6 Years

2901 broadway billionaires row san fran home

This beautiful Italian Renaissance-style mansion on San Francisco’s Billionaire’s Row is finally, finally in contract, according to Curbed.

The home, which offers incredible views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the entire bay from almost every room, has been on market since 2006. It was first listed for $55 million.

There’s no word yet on how much the home sold for or who bought it, but the house was priced chopped four times and was last listed for $34 million, according to Curbed.

It has eight bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, as well as a library, music room, winding driveway and clay tennis court.

The house is just down the block from one of Larry Ellison’s abodes.

Welcome to 2901 Broadway.

The home was the most expensive property currently for sale in San Francisco, according to Curbed.

Source: Curbed

The house was victim to graffiti last year, but we're sure that it is all cleaned up by now.

Source: Curbed

The home was built in 1927.

Award-winning California architect Henry Clay Smith built the home.

The dining room walls are very interesting.

Most rooms have a great view.

High ceilings make the rooms feel spacious.

The home has marble and hardwood floors throughout.

The big windows allow a lot of natural light in.

We love the pink chair in this room. The entire house is pretty lavish.

The kitchen looks surprisingly small.

This green room would be a lovely place to have lunch.

There's one bedroom on the main level. It would serve nicely as a guest room.

The house has two master suites.

This room is funky.

We love the engraving on the railing.

Outside, there's plenty of space to enjoy the sunshine.

The house has views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz, and Angel Islands.

There are also views of the North and Easy Bay.

Check out a home that is still for sale.

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