San Francisco is known for its steep rental prices that are on average $1,463 per month. That is higher than every major city in the United States. As basic economics explains, it’s all about supply and demand. As San Francisco has attracted thousands of tech moguls, investors and innovators, land has become scarce and the city is forced to build vertically rather than being able to expand horizontally. Thus, being a factor in astonishing house prices.
Now, we want to welcome you to 2250 Vallejo Street, the most expensive home for sale in the city of San Francisco and we are truly impressed.
This now contemporary dream mansion was built in 1901 by the wealthy fish-packing mogul James Madison. Since then, it has been restored while keeping its original and beautifully intricate facade.
The 9,095-square-foot home is the perfect mesh between modern luxury and extravagant historical architecture. The home features seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, three floors and a view like none other in the city. [via Curbed] If you are interested to inquire about this listing. [Neal Ward Properties]
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