Price On Epic SF Mansion Drops By More Than $1 Million (PHOTOS)

08/12/2011 09:00 pm ET | Updated Oct 12, 2011

In February 2009, an architectural gem hit the market for $3,350,000, before it was withdrawn the following June. It showed up again in April 2011 for $2,795,000.

On Friday, the house showed up once again. This time it's $2,195,000 — a whopping $1,155,000 less than the original asking price, meaning that if you were even slightly considering it the first time, now would be a good time to buy.

The gorgeous 4,174-square-foot modern home is perfectly located in Clarendon Heights, right between Cole and Noe valleys and the Castro. 18-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows afford uninterrupted views of SOMA and the Bay, culminating in a cantilevered entertaining deck that lets guests know you mean business. Just check out the slideshow below to see what we're talking about. The nighttime views could make for a perfectly leisurely Saturday night. Thankfully, the wine cellar is just inside.

Four bedrooms and a parking deck with plenty of storage make the home ideal for a family, and the uber-modern exterior and design keep things stylish.

Check out our slideshow below for a view of the home, presented by SFARMLS.

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