13. 2712 Broadway St., San Francisco, CA – Purchased for $38 million in June 2017
Believe it or not, there was a pretty intense bidding war before the unidentified new owners were able to call this newly built home their own. Just like the last house, this one isn’t particularly extravagant from the outside. Instead, it’s the “artfully sculpted” interior that pushed his sale price so high. Within the façade of cement and glass, there are 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a home theater, wine cellar, spa, and a fifth floor observation deck that allows for panoramic views of the city and bay. Floor-to-ceiling windows also allow this is almost every room of the 11,400 sq. ft. house.
12. 443 Greenwich St. PHH, NYC – Purchased for $43.99 million in May, 2017
Rumored to be the new 5-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom home of Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, this 8,900 sq. ft. triplex penthouse is said to the absolute best this historic building has to offer. While the interior is gorgeous, it’s the 3,246 sq. ft. terrace that really sets it apart. It includes a full outdoor kitchen and dining area, as well as a private plunge pool. The building features an indoor pool, private fitness studios, children’s playroom, fitness center, a wine cellar, and men’s and women’s locker rooms with an adjacent Turkish bath. As an added bonus, the purchase price includes 2 assigned garage parking spots.