A historic mansion revamped with modern amenities can be yours for a cool $15 million.
The 1908 Georgian-style mansion, designed by renowned architect Ernest Coxhead, sits on a hilltop in San Francisco's tony Pacific Heights neighborhood and features sweeping views of the city, according to a listing through Sotheby's International Realty.
The listing says the mansion is "unmatched in elegance for entertaining," and the 8,179-square-foot home has a wood-paneled family room and library with fireplace and a pent room with wraparound terraces and panoramic views.
There are five bedrooms, including a luxurious primary suite with a dressing room and office, and six bathrooms—four full and two partial.
The mansion also has a two-car garage.
The formal rooms include a French-style salon, a large living room, a grand dining room, an expansive kitchen with a breakfast area and fireplace, a large butler's pantry and a private patio garden near the kitchen.
You can view the property yourself at an in-person open house from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at 2800 Pacific Ave.
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