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SF's Most Expensive Home Only Lists for $39 Million

Scott Lucas | November 3, 2014 | Story Real Estate

For the low, low price of 9.75 million slices of four dollar toast, you can get one slice of San Francisco mansion.

The most expensive single family home in San Francisco, a 16,000 square foot mansion, just went on the market for a mere $39 million. That's just five and half million dollars for each of the seven bedrooms!

Curbed SF passes along the details. The high water mark house is on the corner of Broadway and Divisadero, in Pacific Heights. It was built in 1910 and restored in 2002. The current owners bought the property in 2012 for $27 million (because if you're going to speculate on real estate, why not go all in?) The house is being sold by Roxanne and Michael Klein, a raw food chef and he's a CEO.

Most eye popping is the house's indoor basketball court—because when you're spending half of the Warriors payroll on a house, you really should get an indoor basketball court to go along with it.

Best part of it all? You can roll down to Popeye's any time you want fried chicken.

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