A ‘to-die-for villa has recently come up for sale. The seller has roped in luxury auction consultant Guy Masters and the listing agent, Olivia Decker of Decker Bullock Sotheby’s International Realty, to market the exquisite property. Previously listed for $45 million, the recently constructed Villa Belvedere is now being auctioned, set at a minimum bid of $25 million with no reserve.
The property is one of its kind, one that will astound you. I somehow find a waterfront villa, the best possible thing that could happen to me. If this holds true for you, too, then I urge you to read further. Because we have exclusive pictures of Villa Belvedere.
Life couldn’t get any better than owning a hi-tech, ‘Green Certified’ home, that too, one facing the mesmerizing expanse of the San Francisco Bay, The Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Sausalito from nearly every room.
Located on the prestigious South Shore of Belvedere Island on San Francisco Bay, the villa occupies approximately 15,500 square feet on a 1.14-acre double lot. The estate is known to be the finest, newest, and largest home in Belvedere. It took nearly 30 years for the villa to be designed, approved, and built on this spectacular site.
Villa Belvedere combines 24 of the most well-known design firms in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Suzanne Tucker of Tucker and Marks, Candace Barnes, David Kensington, Cecile Starin, and Stephen Suzman.
Designed with utmost opulence kept in mind, the villa is home to seven en suite bedrooms, 9 full and 2 half baths, a luxurious master bedroom suite in its own wing, gym with sauna and steam room, a home theater, an elevator to all three levels, three-car garage, and gated driveway with cobblestone motor court for parking of 15+ cars.
A state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen with an adjacent family room.
A temperature-controlled 2,000-bottle wine cellar with a tasting vault
Also, a 50-ft pool with spa and poolside cabana.
The villa boasts over 5,000sq.ft of terrace spaces that overlook breathtaking views.
Most windows in the villa are the full length that rises from the floor to the ceiling.
The Belvedere site comes with an interesting history too.
[Via – San-Francisco-Fine-Homes]