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Ready to conquer your fear of heights? Then consider buying one of the highest homes in San Francisco’s tallest residential buildings. Unit 49B in the 58-story Millennium Tower is currently listed for $8,995,000. Located at 301 Mission Street in South Beach, the asking price is only 422 percent above the neighborhood’s average home price.
According to Trulia, the apartment is “one of the most desirable and sought after floor plans in the most prestigious luxury high-rise in San Francisco.”
The unit spans 3,315-square-feet and boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay and Bay Bridge. Drink in the opulence!
Completed in 2009, Handel Architects designed the 645-foot Millennium Tower in a late-modernist architectural style and covered it in blue-gray glass so that it would resemble a translucent crystal. Besides the opulence of the apartment itself, the lucky new owner of 49B will also have access to 20,000 square feet of resort-style amenities, including a wine cellar and tasting room, screening room, children’s playroom, fitness center, private dining area and a 75-foot indoor lap pool.