$106M: Better Spent on Picasso or Real Estate?

|May 10, 2010

Earlier this week, Picasso’s “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust” sold at auction for a world-record price of $106M.

Now that is luxury living! The anonymous buyer must have a house in every major city in the world – and at least one on a private island in an exotic location – to choose from to hang the Picasso.

To put that price in perspective, for another $100 million (almost), she/he can purchase FIVE luxury homes in San Francisco with enough bedrooms, bathrooms and parking spaces to have the most impressive dinner party you can imagine.

So where might that buyer look in San Francisco for such impressive homes? How about these current offerings?

  • Sea Cliff: A pied a terre with 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and 2 Parking for $11,500,000
  • Pacific Heights: Four homes with 6-8 Bedrooms, 5-7.5 Baths and 2-6 Parking ranging from $12,900,000 to $45,000,000

For $95,700, 000 a buyer can have all 5 homes and start a progressive dinner with hors d’oevures in Sea Cliff watching the sunset over the water, then move on Pacific Heights to enjoy main courses, dessert and dancing. They could even conclude the evening with a dip in rare roof top spa.  

Now that is San Francisco Luxury Living!  And if you buy all five homes from me I will include a gift of a progressive dinner for 100 of your closest friends.

Give me a call, anonymous buyer, and I’d be happy to show you these luxury homes. :)

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Carole Isaacs

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