This San Francisco House Is Basically a Palace
We're all in favor of larger-than-life design, and this modern-day palace in San Francisco makes even Versailles look a little lackluster.
We aren't talking an impressive movie theater or chic wine cellar, either: The 24,624-square-foot Glen Park estate has everything from a 19-car garage to an indoor pool with a retractable glass roof.
It's not just a mansion, it's a mega-mansion. And for the hefty price of $12.5 million, the royal life could be yours.
Named the Chenery House Estate, the oasis is located on one of the largest private lots in San Francisco. And if you thought the massive five-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion was sprawling, well, it also includes a charming garden cottage and a building with three separate apartments. So, basically the best package deal of all time.
Altogether the 9,966-square-feet of living space is perfect for entertaining and filling every nook and cranny with all of the maximalist decor you've collected over the years. Trust us, there's plenty of room.
The separate three-unit building includes two two-bedroom, two-bathroom units, and one one-bedroom apartment with an in-law suite (perfect for renting, or hosting your entire squad).
Once you settle into your fancy new digs, you'll be able to brag to your guests about all the famous people who've visited the home before. According to the listing, Carol Channing, Mickey Rooney, senator Dianne Feinstein and more prominent figures paid a visit when advertising executive and author Robert Pritikin owned the home, which he built in 1987.
This property is listed with Joel Goodrich of Coldwell Banker Previews and Anne Laury. Take a video tour below.
From: ELLE Decor US
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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