The most expensive bank-owned residential property in the U.S. has reportedly sold.
Real Estate site Socketsite reports that the two-story penthouse at 188 Minna St. in San Francisco has a buyer.
At $35 million, the property is believed to be the most expensive bank-owned residential property in the country and if the final sale price is within $2 million of the asking price, it would be the most expensive residential transaction in San Francisco history.
The home was initially listed for for $70 million in 2008 and the last asking price was $49 million. It was eventually deeded back to Bank of America in lieu of foreclosure.
Few details are emerging on who the buyer is because of non-disclosure contracts but Socketsite is quick to kill any rumor of Zynga CEO Mark Pincus -- who has two San Francisco homes on sale and whose IPO is going public Friday -- being the buyer.
The 20,000-square-foot home has 2,900-square-feet of terraces with panoramic views of the City and the Bay Area.
It has six-bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and four powder rooms. The master suite is 2,500-square-feet by itself and it has a fireplace, a gym with a sauna, a steam room and a powder room.
The rest of the home features a movie theater, an executive office suite and conference room, two laundry rooms, a game room and a two-story library.