With enough money, you can live like Sharon Stone.
A mansion, once owned by the “Basic Instinct” actress in the Sea Cliff neighbourhood of San Francisco, has gone on the market, listed for a cool $39 million.
Stone purchased the mansion in 1998 with then-husband Phil Bronstein, paying $6 million at the time for the 8,500-square-foot, Italianate-Victorian-style home.
The couple sold the property in 2005 for $13 million following their divorce.
Buyers will be getting a lot of history with the home, beyond just being the one-time home of a movie star. It was the first home built in the neighbourhood in 1908 after the Great San Francisco Earthquake two years earlier.
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The house features tall ceilings, towering doors, dark wood packet floors and more, along with big windows providing a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
Featuring seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the home also sports an office, dressing rooms, Juliet balconies and a sun terrace overlooking a beautiful courtyard.
A wooden stairway also leads to a deck with private access to the Presidio national park’s Baker Beach and all its incredible scenery.