There are million dollar views. And then there’s this view from a French chateau-style estate in San Francisco’s prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood. The price tag? Undisclosed.

Listed for $27 million, the estate was originally built in 1905 for a daughter of the Speckles family and underwent a structural remodel in 1930 by renowned San Francisco architect Albert Farr. Its past owners also included the Joseph Alioto, Jr. family. The final sale price, San Francisco’s most expensive home sale in 2014, along with the buyers and sellers, was not publicly released.

“2525 Pacific Avenue is one of the true iconic Pacific Heights mansions with timeless architectural flourishes, modern amenities, and public areas that are so elegantly suited for world-class entertaining,” said listing agent David Bellings. “It is a special treasure and an important part of San Francisco’s history.”

In addition to spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the city, the home features nine bedrooms, seven full baths and four half baths, a 1,200 square foot art deco ballroom, and a 500-plus square foot carriage house.

Bellings, a REALTOR® with the Coldwell Banker San Francisco Lombard Street office, is one of San Francisco’s top luxury real estate specialists and has ranked in the top 1 percent of all Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agents internationally. He is also the number one individual Coldwell Banker agent in San Francisco.

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