I Want This Pacific Heights Neo-Classical Mansion for $13.5M

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I Want This Pacific Heights HouseYou know you've made it in life when you settle into a San Francisco mansion in Pacific Heights. And this sweet gem has loads of history. This architectural beauty is a product of old-school San Francisco money. Get this: This Pacific Heights mansion was designed by Houghton Sawyer in 1912 for sugar baron Adolph Spreckels and his wife Alma.

Yes, you could be living in the home of a former sugar baron. Read on to find out more.

This Neo-classical palazzo in the prestigious Pacific Heights zip code, stands out among the many Georgian and Victorian homes in the area.

Not only does it boast five bedrooms, five bathrooms, but also one of the largest residential gardens in San Francisco. Imagine getting up in the morning to a panoramic view of the San Francisco Bay that expands from the Golden Gate Bridge to Russian Hill. Besides that, it has two powder rooms, a family kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, library, media room with dining and kitchen; study, linen/sewing room, six wood-burning fireplaces, elevator, park-like garden, state of the art security system and garage. All this for the listing price of $13.5 million.

And don't think you're cut off from city life. The mansion's location on Vallejo and Webster is mere walking distance to historic North Beach with it's delicious Italian restaurants and shops, as well as the Marina district.

The historic charm of this house is what grabs me. I've driven by this beautiful, mansion many-a-time. The European exterior and well-designed floor plan promotes an openness and easy flow between living spaces. It looks like you'd be living out of an Italian novel.

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