Richie Rich VC Peter Thiel is selling his San Francisco Pad @ $9.25 million



peter thiel house

Address: 2140 Jefferson Street
Neighborhood: Marina
Bedrooms: 5 BR
Bathrooms: 6.5 BA
Style: Single-Family
Parking: Garage
Listed At: $9,250,000

Located in one of the most highly sought after neighborhoods in San Francisco, this prestigious property is a true crown jewel with views of the Palace of Fine Arts and the Golden Gate Bridge.

This home is the ultimate creation of world-renowned architects Remick Architects and Master Builders, artfully combining two distinct addresses into one spectacular 5 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom home. Custom designed and impeccably updated for modern living, this one-of-a-kind treasure encompasses architectural brilliance and a truly unique living experience.

To enter the home, follow the path from Jefferson Street to a gated entryway; open the front door and you are home. This property exudes grandeur and sophistication and features meticulous attention to detail. Sophisticated, modern and open, this home was designed with opportunities to create a very intimate and comfortable living experience. This is the ultimate entertainer’s dream for large-scale entertaining or intimate, magical gatherings.

The main level enjoys rare and extraordinary views of the Palace of Fine Arts. French doors open off of the living room to a patio with a large built-in barbecue. The chef’s kitchen has a separate service entry, which opens up to a family room providing a true entertainer’s playground.

Take the elevator to the upper level which features two beautifully designed master suites. The main master suite has a large en-suite bathroom and an office with spectacular views of the Palace of Fine Arts. The second master suite has a small workspace and an en-suite bathroom. There is an additional guest room and half bathroom and library located on this level.

The penthouse lounge and rooftop deck are accessible from both the main spiral staircase and a secondary staircase on the upper level. Be prepared to be wowed and mesmerized by the stunning panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Downtown San Francisco, and the Palace of Fine Arts: welcome to paradise.

The lower garden level of the home is a large master suite with an en-suite bathroom, living room, high ceilings, and plenty of storage. French doors open up to a peaceful garden ideal for taking in the sun, reading a book, or meditation.

The four floors are connected by an elevator as well as an elegant spiral staircase.

2140 Jefferson is located in the Marina neighborhood of San Francisco, one of the most desirable districts in the city. The Palace of Fine Arts and the Golden Gate Bridge are stunning backdrops. Other main attractions include Crissy Field, St. Francis Yacht Club, The Presidio, and the Innovation Hanger. The neighborhood enjoys an abundance of retail shops, markets, restaurants, coffee shops, and much more. Easy transportation options, are at hand making the Marina District one of the most accessible locations in the city.

The home is situated behind a large gate at the end of a private path.

• 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms
• Magnificent, unique views of San Francisco landmarks
• Created by world-renowned architects
• Exquisite aesthetics combined with functionality ideal for day-to-day living
• Elegant living areas ideal for entertaining
• Living room features Sonos sound system
• Modern kitchen with separate service stairs
• Gorgeous master suites and guest bedrooms
• Heated bathroom floors
• Lutron lighting
• Elevator and spiral staircase between floors
• In-unit washer and dryer
• Attached 2-car garage with Tesla charger, 2-3 car driveway
• Next to the iconic Palace of Fine Arts

* Square footage and other information was received from third party sources. Such information has not been, and will not be, verified by Climb Real Estate Group. If important to buyers, this information must be verified by buyer’s own investigation.

It’s just across the street from the Palace of Fine Arts, which you can spot from various points in the home.

It's just across the street from the Palace of Fine Arts, which you can spot from various points in the home.

Golden Gate Bridge views are another major selling point.

With a total of 7,000 square feet of living space, this property is massive. It actually used to be made up of two separate houses, which were combined into one by Remick Architects and Master Builders.

Even this bathroom has a direct view of the outdoors.

The decor is somewhat muted, but stylish.

The kitchen is expansive and can be accessed by a separate set of stairs.

One of the best parts of this home, though, is its expansive roof deck. From one side, you'll get another close-up look at the Palace of Fine Arts.

This looks like an excellent place to relax on a warm day.


From another, you'll get sweeping views of the city.


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