Asking Price: $19,500,000
Year built: 1927
Number of bedrooms: Eight
Number of bathrooms: Five full, three half
Time on the market: 237 Days
Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac near the Presidio (and probably a lot of celebrities) sits this brick box loaded with arched entry ways and windows, manicured gardens, and ornate, wrought iron. With eight bedrooms, you can host guests from out of town (because, let's face it, you'll probably have quite a few with a house like this), or have and accomodate septuplets. Amenities include a formal dining room so you can pretend you live in an episode of Downton Abbey, a library (time to throw away your Kindle), a top floor game/media room, and a two-car garage. Somehow, a two-car garage just doesn't seem big enough for a house like this. And you'll probably never get tired of the sweeping views of the Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the twinkling lights down below–especially from the comfort of the expansive living room and its large, arched windows to showcase it all.
And from the looks of it, you'll also be able to brag about having the most expensive house on the block...if that's the kind of person you are.
All information and photos from Zillow.com.