Our Glass Featured In San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home

A new mega-mansion is on the market and it’s raising eyebrows across San Francisco. Realtors can’t get enough of the price, a cool $28 million, which makes this once-apartment the most expensive house on the market. Architects can’t get enough of the daring construction, which you’d never guess from the ornate hand-carved trim and detailed columnar capitals on the building’s exterior.

Sleek and modern, the 9,052 square feet feature a rooftop infinity pool, floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge and a spiraling staircase that opens to a dramatic oval skylight. Wilson Glass was called to the task of installing the glass railing for the very unusual staircase, completing the eye-catching feat of engineering that connects the building’s five levels.

You can read more about the 2250 Vallejo property on sf.curbed.com.

Oval Glass Staircase

Oval Glass Staircase in San Francisco's Most Expensive Home