This Is What A $49 Million Apartment Looks Like

S.F. real estate prices are so out of control that owning any slice of property (even a parking spot or tool shed) in the city is seems unrealistic. That's why we find it pretty entertaining to tune into Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing San Francisco to see what over-the-top homes are going for these days — and the process (and people!) behind snagging them.

From outrageous penthouses in downtown S.F. to a Mission home a stone’s throw from Mark Zuckerberg’s Dolores Park oasis, the listings are insane. We asked the brokers on Bravo's hit show to give us the scoop on their craziest projects to date — with photos. Ahead are five enviable homes that will leave you in awe. Seriously, we can dream, right?
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Neighborhood: Noe Valley
Address: 21 Fountain Street
Price:
$3.8 million

"This home on Fountain Street is a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath, fully detached contemporary Craftsman with incredible city and bay views and luxurious designer finishes," says broker Justin Fichelson.
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An open kitchen design that's tailor-made for entertaining.
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The formal living room boasts earth-toned features, like these built-in shelves and fireplace.
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Could you imagine waking up to that view? Each floor has its own deck that runs the width of the room.
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The definition of swanky? You're looking at it.
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Neighborhood: Nob Hill
Address: 26 Joice Street
Price:
$3.5 million

"Located on a charming European-like alley in prestigious Nob Hill, this exceptionally rare San Francisco triple-mint renovated single-family home presents the ultimate in quality, modernity, and innovation," Fichelson says.
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A large, cozy living room to chill out in.
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A luxurious bathroom situation.
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The sleek space gets plenty of natural light.
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A lovely little nook made for sunny-day hangs.
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Neighborhood: South Beach
Address: 38 Lusk Street
Price:
$1.8 million

"As you enter, you are immediately greeted by an immense living space filled with light and featuring soaring ceilings, large windows, a modern fireplace, and doors to a patio," Fichelson says.
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Massive mirrors make the generous space feel even roomier.
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The loft bedroom comes complete with exposed beams and recessed lighting.
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Sliding doors allow for an airy, open floor plan.
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This kitchen is a great option for those want modern and rustic vibes.
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We wouldn't mind taking a dip in here.
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Neighborhood: South Beach
Address: 201 Folsom Street
Price:
$49 million

"Make your dream of living in the sky a reality. This is the most expensive condo to ever be marketed for sale in San Francisco history," says broker Roh Habibi. "Huge egos welcome."
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The pool and rock climbing wall are any active S.F.'ers paradise.
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This view. Enough said.
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You never even need to leave — the 14,000-square-foot home comes complete with a media room and gym.
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Luxe!
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Neighborhood: Pacific Heights
Address: 2610 Scott Street
Price: $11.7 million

"What sets this property apart from the rest? Joseph Esherick's rare design," says Habibi.
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The spiral staircase of our dreams.
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Okay, we're moving in. This four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home is truly a work of art.
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We can see ourselves getting real comfy here.
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