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Join Forbes on a tour of the historic 2660 Scott Street house lies in the heart of San Francisco’s world-famous Pacific Heights neighborhood, as is currently listed by Coldwell Banker’s Joel Goodrich for $19.2 million.

Built in 1908, this property was designed by "starchitect" Albert Farr for its first owner, Katherine Babcock Roosevelt, cousin of the President. The home boasts extraordinary architectural detailing and views of the water below. This 7 bed / 7 bath also houses an eight-car garage and a wine cellar. Sitting at 9200 square feet, this property stands out among the iconic Pacific Heights mansions.

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