Buy Me: Home Theater with a View


If you want a piece of the Golden Gate Bridge, it's going to cost you $3.4 million.

Jun. 06, 2011 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Want to buy a piece of the Golden Gate Bridge? If someone offers you that, it may not be a scam. It may just be this gorgeous MLS listing.

Not that you’d really need to look outside. Located in San Francisco’s Marina community, this 4,669 square-foot, steel-framed home has a plenty of pretty items indoors. The list of goodies includes five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a home office, a maple staircase, a wet bar in the family room, and a fully stocked home theater room.

For the $3.4 million asking price, you’d think the homeowners would mount the speakers or stuff the subwoofer somewhere that wasn’t front and center, and maybe get the center channel off the floor. That said, it’s still pretty sweet, with three rows of plush theater seats (nine seats total) with risers, 7.1 surround sound, and a mounted projector.

Of course, for the occasional peek at the bridge or even a breath of fresh air, the home has a walkout garden with a fountain, as well as decks on every floor.

For a look at the rest of the house, the views, the surrounding area, and other drool-worthy features, check out the Redfin listing.

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