Celebrity Homes

Sharon Stone’s former mansion hits the market for $39 million

The Sea Cliff Italianate-Victorian mansion previously owned by movie star Sharon Stone is back on the market with an asking price of US$39 million.

The eye-watering price tag makes it the most expensive listing in the Bay Area according to toptenrealestatedeals.com.

Stone purchased the home in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighbourhood with her then-husband, journalist Phil Bronstein in 1998 paying just US$6 million, before selling it in 2005 for US$13 million after their contentious divorce.

The historic mansion was originally built in 1908 and has been updated with all the latest modern amenities while still retaining its old world charm.

The home boasts seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms topped by a stunning primary suite featuring turn-of-the-century details and hand-crafted mouldings, an office, a generous walk-in closet, two luxurious dressing rooms, and his-and-hers baths. 

Picture: toptenrealestatedeals.com.

Two additional bedrooms include Juliet balconies, while one has its own sun terrace looking out over the serene courtyard.

The main level features ultra-wide towering doors and custom-built fireplaces with massive surrounds.

Classic picture windows provide stunning views of the ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge from around the house. 

The formal living and dining rooms connect to more intimate spaces, including a cosy den with a fireplace and a reading room. 

Picture: toptenrealestatedeals.com.

The top floor features an activity room and a guest suite with two walk-out terraces. 

A wooden stairway leads to another deck and provides private access to Baker Beach, which is part of the Presidio National Park.

Picture: toptenrealestatedeals.com.

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Rowan Crosby

Rowan Crosby is a freelance journalist specialising in finance and real estate.

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