Sat. Sep 25th, 2021

A palatial seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion in Pacific Heights just set a massive history in San Francisco. 

2920 Broadway is officially the most high-priced household at any time marketed in the town, advertising for $43.5 million. 

The far more than 11,000 sq. feet feature gorgeous sights of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge and contain a 5,000-bottle wine cellar.

The customer is the mysterious NARF NAS LLC, a corporation recently registered in February 2021, a popular practice when buying households of this selling price level. 

Constructed in 1931, 2920 Broadway marketed off-market place for $39 million in 2018 — the 1st time it set a document for the most high-priced residence marketed in San Francisco. 


The historic residence was once owned by Reuben and Ingrid Hills, the heirs to the Hills Bros. Espresso fortune. The couple essentially tried to sell the house for $45 million in 2003 ahead of decreasing the selling price to $35 million. When it eventually marketed in 2005, it was at a huge discount of $29.9 million.

Inspite of the pandemic, the San Francisco luxury real estate sector has not been hurting. Luxury home revenue — all those stated for $3 million and up — hit their greatest sales volume ever in spring 2021, with a 70% improve from the preceding peak in 2019, according to a modern report from Compass