Property Porn: Get Dressed Every Morning in the Levi's Family's $9M Mansion

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Of San Francisco's many famous family names, perhaps none are so well known round the world as that of Levi Strauss. If, unfortunately, you are not an heir, you can still step into this 1905 Georgian-style manse and be a small part of the denim-pioneering family's legacy. 

Once owned by the Strauss/Haas family, this six-bedroom fortress in Pac Heights is ingrained with decades of fine living and is well suited to the modern SF royal looking for a chic spot to hunker down.

True, the furnishings staging these photos are begging for a modern makeover. But fear not: The home has been fully updated and retrofitted for the 21st Century. Two state-of-the-art kitchens and lots of extra rooms make the house prime for parties; six fireplaces will keep you warm in winter; and a four-car garage means no more circling around the neighborhood to park your fleet.

Here's the best part: As the owner of this officially designated historic home, you can splurge on designer jeans knowing you're getting a fat property tax break thanks to the Mills Act.

Here are the deets:

Location: 1735 Franklin Street

Asking Price: $8,995,000

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 4.5

Living Space: 4,000 sq. ft.

Year built: 1905

 

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