At $25M the most expensive listing hits San Francisco Marina Market

At $25M the most expensive listing hits San Francisco Marina Market
08/08/2020 , by , in INTERNATIONAL

At $25M, 435 Marina Blvd. is the most expensive listing ever to hit the Marina – and by a substantial sum. The current record is held by 3560 Baker, which sold for $8.7 million at the end of June last year, according to MLS data.

But listing agent Camilla Moshayedi says the property, built by a real estate developer who also happens to be a competitive sailor, earns that unheard of asking price based on its raft of unique amenities. “The home is truly unprecedented for the area and offers countless rare features, a striking design, unobstructed views and unparalleled scale,” she said.

“It is unlike any home built in the Marina before and will be difficult to replicate, The property, built by a real estate developer who also happens to be a competitive sailor, earns the asking price based on its raft of unique amenities. The home is unprecedented for the area and offers countless rare features, a striking design, unobstructed views and unparalleled scale.

It certainly wasn’t an easy feat to build. After buying the property for $5.4 million in 2014, it took over three years to get through the design and planning process, and then over two years to build the home. But when the property was finally completed.

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