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This eccentric $39 million San Francisco mansion could become the most expensive home ever sold in the city


Oct. 11, 2019

A mansion on San Francisco's Gold Coast is on the market for $39 million.
If it's sold at the asking price, it will tie the record for San Francisco's most expensive home ever sold.
The mansion is being sold by Michael and Xochi Birch, a tech industry power couple.
It features a double staircase with zebra-print carpeting, a Union Jack mosaic above a fireplace, and a pub with an antique bar repurposed from an old British tavern, among other eclectic installations.
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The home's interior embraces a wide range of materials and textures, giving it an eclectic feel.
In the foyer, a double staircase with zebra carpeting is flanked with artwork.
At 11,600 square feet, the home is extremely spacious.
The home's interior designer, Ken Fulk, gave every room a unique mood using disparate design elements.
Quilted leather is a recurring theme in the home's decor, adorning furniture and some walls.
The fireplace is decorated with a Union Jack mural, another nod to Michael Birch's British heritage.
Some of the mansion's rooms embrace contemporary design.
A dramatic spiral staircase winds through the center of the home.
The mansion is five stories tall, providing sweeping views of its surroundings.
The view includes the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island.
The master suite features a walk-out terrace overlooking the San Francisco bay.
The home's pub features a bar that was repurposed from a decommissioned British tavern.
The mansion sits on a hill, looking down over the Gold Coast.
An upper balcony of the mansion features outdoor seating and a hot tub.
At night, the Golden Gate Bridge is illuminated across the bay.
The home includes a romper room complete with a pool table.
The master bathroom offers stunning views of the San Francisco Bay.
Courtyards and balconies provide plenty of outdoor space.
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