One of the most expensive homes listed in San Francisco features sweeping views of the North Bay, a seven-vehicle “car lot” and an accessible elevator to each of the mansion’s four floors.
With a listing price of $25.8 million, the 118-year-old corner mansion at 2698 Pacific Ave., which is one block from the city’s Billionaires’ Row, has only housed less than half a dozen families since its creation. built in 1904. It was first owned by a wealthy oil tycoon. Decades later, the property a block north of Alta Plaza Park fell into the hands of the physician who founded orthomolecular medicine.