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This $40 Million Mansion Has the Best Views in San Francisco

It’s located on the famous “Billionaires Row”

Listed for $40 million, this newly-constructed mansion occupies an unparalleled plot overlooking the San Francisco Bay. The seven-bedroom, eight-bath home is situated in the exclusive subset of the city’s Pacific Heights neighborhood known as “Billionaires Row.”Notable neighbors include Apple’s Jony Ive, Oracle founder Larry Ellison, and Ann and Gordon Getty. The home is one of only 17 houses on the view side of the street, meaning each of the five stories takes in rare sweeping views of iconic Bay Area landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts, and Alcatraz. Measuring 11,400 square feet, there is plenty of room for a host of amenities, including five fireplaces, a wine cellar, elevator, gym, and home theater featuring THX-designed acoustics.

“Big homes can often be monuments to ego—too big, too cold—but every room in this house is livable,” says listing agent Tom Biss of Sotheby’s International Realty, who is working with agent Val Steele of Pacific Union International on the home.

In true Silicon Valley form, the home is subtly equipped with many smart home elements. To upgrade the traditional sprinkler system, several monitors placed in the garden automatically water plants when the weather calls for it. A Savant system controls the climate, lighting, and sound systems, and can be adjusted with the touch of a button.

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