This historic Italianate mansion is located in the prestigious Cow Hollow section of San Francisco, CA and has fabulous views of the city. It was built in 1905 by James A. McCullough and was the 2008 San Francisco Decorator Showhouse. It boasts 16,000 square feet of grand living space with 7 bedrooms (all ensuites), 8 full and 3 half bathrooms, reception hall, grand foyer with incredible stained glass window, formal living and dining rooms, 7 fireplaces, eat-in gourmet kitchen, library room, media room, family room, wine room, au-pair quarters with kitchen, gym, five walkout terraces, six cast bronze balconies, a garden, private roof deck, gated driveway with parking, 4-car garage and an elevator. This one-of-a-kind mansion is listed at $27,500,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    I generally like this house. The neighborhood is a great old area, but it’s not Pacific Heights. The house itself has some great spaces. I’d redo some of the decor, especially the dining room which is very disappointing. The original detailing is beautiful however. This could be turned into an amazing house with a proper decorator getting hold of it.

    FYI, the address for this is 2820 Scott Street.




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    • Phil

      Cow Hollow is about as close as you can get to Pacific Heights without actually being in Pacific Heights. This house is a whole 2 blocks north of Broadway, near enough to make no difference to any San Franciscan. In fact, this place is only closer to the restaurants where everyone in Pac Heights eats, since there aren’t any restaurants in Pac Heights and everyong there eats in The Marina.




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  • Daniel

    Very nice. I like the stained glass used above the stairs. I agree about the dining room; that carpet belongs in some bowling alley in Tennessee. Overall, very beautiful.




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  • Stewie

    Stunning




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  • Iemand

    Not bad, I like the billiard area.

    But for this kind of money I think I would look elsewhere…




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  • NOVA Ben

    Oh my goodness…this is fabulous. There are individual things here and there that could be better (the dining room, for example) but this is jaw-dropping overall. Even isolated things that I might not normally like otherwise just work when they all come together in the house as a whole. Favorites definitely include the stained glass roof section in the mezzanine (I’d love to have a mezzanine, just so I could say that word all the time) and the great historic details all over, including that ceiling in the foyer (and elsewhere). I also really love the living room, the deep blue really works there.

    I’d make little tweaks but this is really pleasing as it stands. Those are some killer views too.

    My girlfriend has a work conference in SF starting day after tomorrow, so I’ll have four days on my own in the city….might have to work in some Homes of the Rich-style mansion sightseeing 😀 Any recommendations?




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    • Scott

      Aside from walking in the city, Carolands in Hillsborough…..Filoli if you feel like taking a little day trip…..




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  • matt c.

    Stained glass ceiling is very cool.
    Home seems bigger in the interior photos than the outside pic would suggest.




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