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November 18, 2021

2582 Filbert San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home

2582 Filbert Aerial

Boasting more than 12,000 square feet, panoramic Bay views and a 72-foot lap pool, 2582 Filbert is a newly constructed single-family home listed for $46M. It does the honors of being San Francisco’s most expensive home currently on the market.

The property has changed hands many times over the years in its pre-renovation form. William R. Hearst III and his wife, Margaret, purchased it for $4.3M in 1999. Peter Baumann of Tangerine Dream then purchased 2582 Filbert in 2013 for $12M, and sold it three years later for $14M to the LLC that ended up doing the rebuild.

And here we are today with a huge, tricked-out modern manse constructed by Troon Pacific. The home sits on a triple-wide lot on Filbert at Divisadero—easily the largest home in the immediate vicinity. There are six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three parking spaces across three levels.

Here are a few more shots (photos courtesy Compass):

2582 Filbert has been officially on the market at its current list price since June 2021. But there’s a buyer for every home, and this one will be no exception.

 

 

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