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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 Union International told the Wall Street Journal. That would soar past the city’s current closing-price high of $38 million last year for a 12,000-square-foot mansion in Pacific Heights.

Amenities doubling as art installations and architectural feats adorn the eco-friendly, LEED certified mansion: a cantilevered swimming pool with UV filtration, humidity-controlled art gallery, glass elevator to all levels, and garden irrigated by rainwater collected from the rooftops and decks coupled with smart drip irrigation.

An in-house wellness center offers a massage room, hot tub and sauna — all with a view.

A Zehnder air filtration system fights off allergens and pollutants, while vents underneath the sink cabinet purify the air where cleaning supplies are housed, according to Steele. The four-car, granite-floor garage resembles a “bat cave,” as developer Troon Pacific’s Chief Executive Gregory Malin described in the Wall Street Journal. It also features a charging station for an electric car and space for a catering kitchen.

San Francisco-based Troon Pacific’s portfolio of healthy-living homes pairs “modern elegance” and “environmental integrity,” according to the company’s website.

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