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Hobnob With Billionaire Neighbors for Only Millions

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A cool $25M will gain you access to San Francisco's vaunted Billionaire's Row, along with what Curbed SF calls "the heady atmosphere of oil, software, and timber." Built in 1927 by venerable architecture firm Willis Polk & Company, this four-bedroom, 7.5-bath neo-Tudor is exactly what one would expect to see in the land of the 10-figure salary: a grand living room, not one but three kitchens, and, naturally, a full floor dedicated to housing the hired help. No mention of a garage, though—cars are so pleb, anyway.

· Pacific Heights: Billionaire's Row 1920's Tudor [Curbed SF]
· Willis Polk Designed View Home [Sotheby's]