Look What $46 Million Can Buy: The Most Expensive Home For Sale In San Francisco

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A newly constructed 12,200-square-foot home in San Francisco has hit the market for $46 million, making it the most expensive listing in the city by the bay. Located in the heart of San Francisco’s affluent Cow Hollow neighborhood, the extraordinary three-level home at 2582 Filbert Street is on a rare triple-width lot, equivalent to 4.62 standard lots. 

Flooded with light and inspired by nature, the contemporary home was created with developer Troon Pacific’s unmatched expertise in healthy home design and construction. With its show-stopping curb appeal, Residence 2582 demonstrates the best of modern California architecture and combines timeless design with leading-edge health initiatives.

One of the first things a guest notices is the 19-foot tall motorized entry door, which slides away to a two-story open atrium with a 30-foot long split-face stone wall. Adding to the wow factor is a floating glass staircase and indoor reflecting pools below a massive operable skylight.

The home was created with biophilic design practices in mind, integrating natural elements into the design of the residence and blurring the boundary between indoors and outdoors. 

Deeply connected to the natural environment through its spectacular views, thoughtful setting and substantial landscaping, the outdoor setting is as comfortable and alluring as the indoors. Panoramic views soak up the scenery, from the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz.

Generous terraces on each floor and an outdoor garden oasis with room to cook and entertain offer enticing reasons to spend more time outside. While on the roof, an outdoor lounge with a fire pit offers a casual setting to entertain guests or savor a quiet personal moment while being immersed in the view.

A gym with an adjacent deck is perfect for workouts, while a nearly 72-foot lap pool, built-in stainless steel spa and wellness spa with a glass-enclosed sauna and steam shower offer a relaxing escape any day of the week.

The lush rear garden with stone hardscape, a fire pit, lawn area and outdoor kitchen is perfect for spending time with family and friends. The same goes for a private movie theater equipped with an immersive surround sound system.

State of the art systems, including biometric entry and iPad controls throughout the house maintain security and conserve energy. For example, a Tesla battery system reduces reliance on the grid by storing solar energy.

Hydronic radiant heating gives the floors an inviting sensation, while a gateway battery backup provides an uninterruptible power supply to keep critical systems up and running in the event of a power loss.

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