Location: 2250 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, CA

Square Footage: 9,095

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $28,000,000

This historic Beaux Arts style mansion is located at 2250 Vallejo Street in San Francisco, CA. 

It was built in 1901 and features approximately 9,095 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 3 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, paneled lounge with wet bar, garage and more.

Outdoor features include a rooftop patio with fire pit.

It is listed at $28,000,000.


  • AndrewF

    Phew, for some reason I expected the worst… but the interiors are actually very pleasing for my taste, I like what they did here. And of course, the view is grand.


  • Jackson

    Yuck, these are the kinds of homes I hate to read about. I am sure at one point this home was filled with stunning craftsmanship and attention to detail. Now, it is modern or contemporary and if it wasn’t for the exterior, you would never know this place was from 1901. So sad, all history and charm that once belonged here is now all gone.


  • Green Eyed Warlock

    My personal, all-time favorite design aesthetic is mid century modern & contemporary but THIS house is HORRRRRRRRIBLE!!! They utterly DESTROYED it like waaaaayyyyyy too many other homes in California whose owner/flippers have become nothing more than lemmings, design-wise and think that dark floors, stone kitchens and ALL HOSPITAL WHITE walls & ceilings are the key to guaranteed beauty & desirability. San Francisco is being literally & irrevocably destroyed by the software & computer industry millionaires with untold millions & bilions with more money than they’ll ever have in taste and this soul-less box is yet another awful example. It is a genuine travesty what they did to this place. Like the One & Only Freddy Mercury sang “Another one bites the dust!”. Color me tragic.