San Francisco's most expensive listing just dropped $4.5M off its price

It's still pretty expensive, but there's no harm in taking a little peak - right?

On May 9, 950 Lombard Street went on sale for $45 MILLION dollars - making it the most expensive San Francisco home on the market.

Earlier this week, the listing price dropped by 10% to $40.5 MILLION - a steal (insert eye roll)!

So... What do you get?

6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms spread across 9,500 square feet (that amounts to approximately $4,263/square foot).

Here's the full schpiel from

RESIDENCE 950...San Francisco's Newest Masterpiece. Nestled atop a magical park-like setting on one of the City's largest residential lots, this world-class urban estate has been brilliantly re-imagined for the future. A dramatic 40 foot cantilevered infinity pool reflects the shimmering Bay and glittering lights of the City's famed Skyline, while dazzling views of iconic landmarks from Salesforce Tower to The Transamerica Pyramid and beyond provide a stunning panorama surrounding the fabulous resort-like indoor/ outdoor flow of living, dining and entertainment spaces- easily accommodating 300+ guests. The super-advanced, technology enabled health and wellness environment of this sustainably built LEED Platinum Certified, exquisitely designed property, as well as the spa-like guest cottage with steam, sauna, massage room, outdoor shower and hot tub, await the most discerning of owners. Experience the magic of one of California's most extraordinary private residences.

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