Residence 950 is aiming to be the most expensive house in San Francisco and it's got the features to back it up. The 9,500-square-foot home is located in the Russian Hill neighborhood overlooking the entire Bay Area. While the bright lights of the city are in clear view, you'll feel like you're a million miles away. The property is surrounded by a park-worthy garden and ancient olive trees. At the heart of the yard is the Norwegian stone infinity edge pool with views that include Alcatraz and the Bay Bridge. And that's just the exterior. The inside is just as impressive. A glass elevator takes you between the four floors where you'll find three bedrooms, a two-story art gallery, a complete wellness center, and as much marble as the Taj Mahal. To complete the Bond experience, there's also an underground garage to display up to four cars on their own turntable.
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