1906 Pacific Heights Mack Mansion Asks $25.8M in San Francisco, CA
$25,800,000 | Built 1906 | 8 Beds | 6 Baths | 10,734 Sq. Ft. | 0.18 Acres
2698 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, California, United States, 94115
Located just off Billionaire’s Row and in San Francisco’s posh Pacific Heights is the historic four-storey Mack Mansion. The architecturally alluring residence was built in 1906 by renowned father and son architect team of Newsom & Newsom and has only been in the hands of a few owners, including original owner Julius Mack, the Orrick Family for over fifty years and a prominent orthomolecular doctor. The nearly 11,000 square foot mansion was selected to host the 2017 San Francisco Decorator’s Showcase where two dozen of the city’s top designers transformed nearly every square foot. According to SF Gate, “The current owners bought their $35 tickets to the showcase just like everyone else that spring. By the fall they had purchased the property for $16 million.” The owner’s agent at the time said, “The wife, who is a fan of design herself, became enamoured by what she saw during the showcase. The stylized decor against the background of a traditional mansion was marvellous.”
Despite showcasing a much more modern design today, the mansion still retains much of the original period detail and charm. Instantly recognizable by the circular portico with white marble and highly detailed columns, the mansion maintains a commanding presence in the neighbourhood. Interior details include a grand entry hall with spectacular staircase and railings, exceptional woodwork in nearly every room, ornate ceiling details, remarkable fireplaces and a chef’s dream kitchen with open pantry shelving and commercial-grade appliances. There are a total of eight bedrooms and six bathrooms on four levels. The mansion also includes a rooftop deck with views toward the water. The Mack Mansion is on the market for $25.8 million with Joy Rong of Intero Real Estate Services.
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