By now you’ve seen the photos and posts from our work with Jonathon Rachman and Deniece Duscheone in their rooms at this years Decorator Showcase, as shown in the photos above. The spectacular showcase home is being brought back into the limelight as it makes its mark on the Bay Area housing market. This 18,000 square foot residence at 3800 Washington Street in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood was inspired by King Louis XV’s Chateau at the Versailles Palace in France. Locally the home is known as Le Petit Trianon and can be found in the National Register of Historic Places, as it was built in 1904 and stood strong through the earthquake and fire that nearly demolished the city in 1906.
When this home was first announced for sale a few weeks ago, the purchasing price began at a mere $30 million. The thousands of square feet are not the only thing contributing to the value of this home; each and every room that was exquisitely remodeled during Decorator Showcase 2019 will be offered to the buyer as is. From neutral white walls to somber dark curtains, there is a room for every style and every mood!
For most of us, this home is just a daydream, but for one lucky buyer, their fantasy awaits.
References: Curbed San Francisco, ‘Presidio Heights Versailles replica hits market for $30M’