According to a “plugged-in” tipster, a number of San Francisco’s power agents pased on this listing for a “French Chateau inspired” home that’s nearing completion in the self-proclaimed “Yerba Buena Heights” (otherwise know as the edge of St. Francis Wood).
The home is centered around its solarium, a stunning, flexible space capped by a 26 foot-high glass skylight that fill the home with natural light. An order flows from here to the outer rooms, creating areas for children and adults to entertain, work, play, and rest. The palladium-style gallery arcade separates spaces for socializing; the dining and living rooms occupy the home’s front, and the library and theater are set to the rear. For privacy, the four second-level bedrooms follow a traditional corner plan, each en suite.
And while “Solaria’s” 2,500 square foot six (plus) car garage was rendered complete with a Range Rover, Two Mercedes, a Ferrari, a Lamborghini, and a $1.5M Bugatti Veyron (what can we say, we know our cars), the property’s website is quick to note: “As a home, Solaria is a symbol of success, not extravagance.”
∙ Listing: 166 Yerba Buena Avenue (4/6.5) – $10,700,000 [yerbabuenaheights.com]
∙ The Bugatti Veyron [wikipedia.org]