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Marketed as a home for “Superman” or “Wonder-ful woman”, 10 Miller Place 2400 is a 3,197-square-foot penthouse with a $9,495,000 price tag.
Located in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood, the three-bedroom suite boasts 4.5 baths and a three-car parking garage (a hot item in a city where parking is so limited). The interior space is approximately 2,400 square feet. Butch Haze and Rick Teed are the listing agents from Sotheby’s International Realty.
“With over 2,200 square feet of unobstructed views decks and a pentroom with of all of San Francisco in your view, you have to see this place to believe it,” the online listing reads.
The multi-million dollar views and potential entertainment factor are clearly off the charts, and the listing suggests that the lucky owner can “invite and celebrate with your Super Friends.”
The condo has been on market for 66 days. In terms of price, 301 Mission Street #PH1D in Yerba Buena ranks in a close second at $9,450,000, and has been on market for 45 days.
According to the most recent data from the San Francisco’s Association of Realtors, the average number of days on the market for a condo in July was 29 . The average condo sale price was $1,208,306, a much lower price point by comparison.
You may not be a superhero, but you will definitely need superhero funds to close this deal.