Asking Price: $21,950,000
Year built: 1988
Number of bedrooms: Six
Number of bathrooms: Eight
Years on the market: Two years and 240 days
Unlike most of the rest of the country, the luxury housing market in the Bay Area is alive, and, well, booming–just take a lil looksy at the three most pricey homes sold in the Bay in 2012 if you don't believe us. And while it's not necessarily a sign that times for all the rest of us are changing for the better (you guessed correctly, it's mostly tech moguls who are snatching these babies up), we glad the housing market at least has a pulse once again.
So, for your daydreaming pleasure today, consider the abode above. Located at 101 Belvedere Avenue on the tony Belvedere Island in Tiburon, this house is truly cray. Currently selling for a cool almost $22 million, it boasts six bedrooms and eight bathrooms on a 35,000 square foot lot perched high above the water. Designed by Warren Callister, one of NorCal's most renowned architects, it has views of Mount Tam, Sausalito, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the entire SF skyline, all of which make postcards pale in comparison. Terraces, French doors, fireplaces, and his-and-hers bathrooms in the top-floor master suite only gild the lily. Basically, this pile of bricks is readymade for some legendary house parties.
If you're not looking to buy it, you could always rent it for about $11K a month (according to Zillow.com, the website who has listed the property). Ah, to be rich.
All info found on Zillow.com