This San Francisco home is the highest residential point in the city, and it’s selling for $22 million — take a look inside

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Rising some 900 feet above sea level, 150 Glenbrook Avenue is San Francisco’s highest home. It’s currently on the market, with an asking price of $22 million.

Stacey Caen and Joseph Lucier of Sotheby’s International Realty represent the listing.
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Located near the top of Mount Sutro, the four-story home offers panoramic views of the city, including City Hall, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz Island.

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According to Zillow property records, the 0.12-acre plot last sold for $2.6 million in 2014. The owners built the current home, realized from drawings by John Maniscalco Architecture, in 2018.

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Inside, the home’s design optimizes the high-altitude scenery.

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On the main level, a gas fireplace inset in lava stone separates the living area from the kitchen.

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The kitchen, like much of the home, is well situated for socially distant gatherings: There is a double wine fridge, double oven-microwave, and side-by-side dishwashers.

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An informal entertaining level consists of a 300+ bottle wine room as well as a wet bar, surround-sound TV system, and spa room with a sauna.

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Outside, residents can enjoy drinks around the firepit or soak in a stainless steel Jacuzzi.

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The upstairs level is for rest and relaxation, consisting of three en-suite bedrooms, a laundry room, and master bedroom. There are six bedrooms in total.

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The view from the master suite is one of the best in the house …

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… though the rooftop deck takes the cake.

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Downstairs is what Sotheby’s calls the ‘ultimate’ work-from-home studio, an open space that can fit multiple workstations and comes with a fridge, bathroom, and bedroom to boot.

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Four glass panels open up from the ground level to a landscaped garden, a serene city retreat.

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