$20 Million SF Home by Dream Team Andrew Skurman and Ken Fulk

Homes don't get more decadent than this one.

Glitz. Glamor. Grace. This home has it all.

17 Presidio Terrace in San Francisco in on the market for $20,000,000...

Constructed in 2010 by a dream team of renowned architect Andrew Skurman and legendary designer Ken Fulk, this impressive residence is simply one-of-a-kind.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco house exterior

Located in the small but extremely affluent neighborhood of Presidio Terrace, the team used unparalleled design, scale, and proportion to boldly define the residence. Just wait 'til you see the impeccable attention to detail throughout.

Fun fact: this neighborhood has been home to many notable San Franciscans over the years - including Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and  Mayor Joseph Alioto as well as ambassadors, senators, financiers, novelists, and more.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco views

Starting at the front door, the moody foyer leads to a bright entry hall with soaring 25' ceilings, an oversized chandelier, and beautiful staircase. Note all of the beautiful and unexpected design features - in true Ken Fulk style - like the wall quotes seen here.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco foyer

The first floor offers a dynamic floor plan with a living room, oval dining room, show-stopping great room with a spectacular gourmet kitchen, two butler pantries, casual dining area, family room, and beautiful heated outdoor dining terrace with a fireplace.

This home is an entertainer's dream come true.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco living room
17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco kitchen
17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco family room

Just imagine the summer parties you could have out on this gorgeous terrace.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco terrace
17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco dining room

The home boasts six spacious bedrooms - all featuring an abundance of windows offering plenty of natural light. The primary suite has a magnificent marble bath, dual dressing rooms, and a private office with a fireplace and wet bar.

Other features include built-ins, wainscoting, and moldings.

The detached garage is home to quest quarters.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco bedrooms

7.5 bathrooms can be found throughout - including this beauty we mentioned, off the primary bedroom.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco bathroom

Working from home has never looked so good - the home features multiple work spaces and a full home office so everyone will have their own space.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco home offices

Last but not least - the fun stuff.

The lower level of 17 Presidio Terrace is home to a movie theater, music room, yoga room and gym, wine cellar, and family room that open to the level yard.

17 Presidio Terrace, San Francisco wine cellar music room movie theater

Finally, an elevator serves all four floors of the home.

Like what you see? Check out the full listing here or check out the Sherlock Report for an in-depth look at this property's history, climate exposure, the impact of the local real estate market, demographics, permits, and nearby conveniences.

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