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Pacific Heights Grand Tudor Revival Mansion

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This handsome mansion in San Francisco has one well-deserved hefty price tag as it has an interesting history of owners. The house was designed by architect, Frederick H. Meyer for Stetson G. Hindes, a well-known engineer who was crucial in the construction of the drydock drydock at Pearl Harbor. Later, the superstar lawyer Melvin Belli owned the house. A business woman has had the house since the early ’90s when she bought it for only $6.5 million. Aspiring chefs would love this house as it has a large main kitchen, butler’s pantry, catering room and another kitchen on the lower floor. Other features include a master suite with views of the baby, an elevator, 4-car garage and last but certainly not least a3,000+ bottle wine cellar. $39.5 million.

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