$8 million Mission glam pad has all the luxury finishes

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From the curb on Liberty Street, it's a San Francisco Victorian like any other.

Back in 2014, this Liberty Hill home sold for a humble $2 million. But of course, like so many San Francisco Victorians these days, it's been overhauled to the hilt, and today the nearly-5,000-square-foot house is a design lover's #lifegoal, dripping with fancy materials (sooo much marble and oak and brass) and luxe custom accents.


The main floor is party central, with a series of rooms well suited for entertaining. The dining room has a trio of chandeliers for twinkling meals; a separate breakfast room opens onto the backyard; and the kitchen is a showstopper with a stunning modern island and countertops rendered in gold-streaked black marble. Cocktail hour means a trip to the wet bar (there are two wine fridges with plenty of storage) before gathering among the leafy bamboo on the patio. For warm nights, there's an outdoor kitchen too. Too chilly? Lounge around in front of the 14-foot custom marble fireplace in the living room.

Going up? A contemporary oak staircase will take you to the roof deck for 360-degree city views, or you can ride the elevator to one two master suites, with fireplaces and balconies overlooking the garden. There are four bedrooms in all.

But to be honest, this house is all about the fabulous bathrooms, five in total. Dressed all in white marble, one master bath is practically a hydrotherapy heaven with a soaking tub and dual shower heads and sinks; the smaller bathrooms pack big impact with eye-popping wallpapers and tiles.

Location: 38 Liberty St. (Mission)

Size: 4,950 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 5

Asking price: $8 million

// For more information, visit compass.com.

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