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Most Expensive Condo On The West Coast

August 30, 2010

Penthouse Living Room

Two weeks ago the San Francisco Forbes.com Video Network Team got an exclusive tour of the massive 20,000 square-foot Penthouse on the top floor of the St. Regis Hotel & Residences in San Francisco, California.

Gregg Lynn and Louis Silcox, two of Sotheby’s International Realty associates, gave us a tour and talked to us about the uniqueness of the design.

This magnificent two-storey, six bedroom condo is one of the most beautifully crafted homes in the world. Priced at $49 million the market of buyers for this condo are small. Some of the features of the home are four fireplaces, four terraces, a movie theatre, and six-car parking.

One of the most outstanding parts of the pent house is the master bedroom, which includes a bedroom with a lounge area and terrace, a gym with sauna and steam room, an office, and bathroom with 2 showers and a bath/Jacuzzi with a view.

Master Bedroom

Perhaps the best part of the master bedroom is the walk-in closet. I felt like Carrie in the First Sex And The City Movie when Big surprises her with her dream closet. It looks like a high-end fashion boutique. It has fur storage, changing areas, and a side for both him & her to store clothing and accessories.

Master Bedroom Closet

With 360-degree views of San Francisco and 2,900 square feet of terraces there is no question why this is the most expensive condo on the West Coast and the largest newly constructed luxury condo on the market in the world.

To see the video tour of the penthouse click on the link below.

VIDEO: FORBES VIDEO TOUR

* Look for me in the beginning of the video. I’m in a black jacket walking in to the elevator.

*All pictures were taken from the Sothebys Homes website.

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