this house cray
For the first time in This House Cray history, we found a house that's literally cray.
Let's hope life in your new Victorian fares better than Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid's failed marriage.
A picture perfect pied-à-terre, this Sonoma bungalow is ideal for an indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Between the glass walls, rustic design, and saltwater pool, you'll never want to leave your new home.
This Mediterranean style home nestled atop Telegraph Hill just hit the market for a tidy $16M, making it one of the most expensive properties in SF, and we really want to live here.
This colorful Pac Heights home is not for the faint of heart. From the black-lacquered staircase to the bright purple walls and striped curtains, it's just a teeny bit over the top.
For the first time in nine years, one of the coveted Four Seasons corner penthouses is on the market. This absolutely stunning home – with panoramic North, East and South views of the city, bay, and two bridges – can be yours for a tidy $11,000,000. Any takers?
These days, it's simply not enough to have sweeping views of the entire Bay Area to admire from the windows of your humble abode, you also need five separate viewing decks to take it all in from, like this "cray" house does.
If you ever sat drooling in front of Showtime's The Tudors, or fantasized about your own historical English estate, then your dreams are about to come true (Jonathan Rhys Meyers not included).
This 3-acre compound with 10 bedrooms and 8.5 baths in Ross is your dream house if you like to rock out to loud music, hate your neighbors, your in-laws are coming to visit, or you generally need lots of empty space to survive.