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San Francisco mansion helps define the city’s high end with a $22-million price tag

Home of the Day | San Francisco
The stately brick mansion in Pacific Heights once housed the Egyptian Consulate.
(Open House Photography)

This brick mansion in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights area has been renovated on all five levels. Beyond the gated entry is a foyer that opens to a spacious living room with a fireplace and an adjoining formal dining room.  

The one-time Egyptian Consulate has multiple kitchens, 15 bedrooms and an elevator.

Address: 3001 Pacific Ave., San Francisco 94115

Price: $22 million


Built: 1906

Lot size: 8,106 square feet

House size: 13,643 square feet, 15 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms


Features: Den/study, library, office, prep kitchen, catering kitchen, family room, wine cellar, two two-car garages, garden

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes for October in San Francisco was $1.2 million based on 559 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was an 8.4% increase compared with the same month last year.

Agents: Nina Hatvany, (415) 345-3022, and Mary Toboni, (415) 345-3022, both with Pacific Union Real Estate

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