Views this spectacular aren't easy to come by. And when you can experience them from a seven bedroom, six bathroom, 7,776 sq ft. mansion, they don't come cheap, either.
For $11.75 million, you can own "The Pink House" in Belvedere, Calif., which the listing calls one of the most "authentic examples of the Mission Revival style [built] at the height of its popularity." The iconic home, which hasn't been on the market for 20 years, was designed by legendary architect John Mead Howells, who later helped design New York City's Daily News Building and Chicago's Tribune Tower (H/T Curbed!).
Along with the usual luxurious master bedrooms, kitchens, and gardens, the home features an "extraordinary" ballroom with plenty of windows to take advantage of the house's unparallelled views. From the home's various rear patios and terraces, you can see Mt. Tamalpais, the Sausalito harbor, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the entire San Francisco Skyline.
Though billed as a single family home, it also comes with an au pair studio and a separate one-bedroom apartment. See more photos of this one-of-a-kind home below, and get a glimpse at some of its unbelievable views.
Gallery: The Pink House
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