This $22M Pacific Heights Home Was Formerly the Egyptian Embassy



A pair of armchairs flank the wood-burning fireplace in the living room.An impeccably renovated custom family home in the highly coveted Pacific Heights neighborhood that once served as the Egyptian embassy is asking $22M.

The home was taken down to the studs in 2010 and reimagined as a state-of-the-art custom family home by Dan Phipps Architects and Stroub Construction. It now offers 14,000 square feet of living space spread across 5 levels, all of which are connected by an elevator and a dramatic central staircase. There are 15 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms throughout as well as gracious entertaining spaces, private offices and three kitchens. The home offers high ceilings, intricate crown molding, original hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling paneled windows and plenty of custom touches.

Nina Hatvany of Nina Hatvany San Francisco and Mary Toboni of Toboni & Co., affiliated with Pacific Union, share the listing.

The stately façade.

A staircase off the entry hall connects all five levels.

The formal living room features a wood-burning fireplace.

The formal dining room has plenty of entertaining space.

Another level features a great room with dining and sitting areas.

The sprawling master bedroom features a sitting area and a fireplace.

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