SAN FRANCISCO
03/28/2013 03:48 pm ET | Updated Mar 29, 2013

San Francisco Historic Mansion Hits The Market (PHOTOS)

There's nothing we love more than when one of the San Francisco classics goes up for sale. And Le Petit Trianon fits the bill.

One of the most expensive properties in San Francisco, this Neoclassic megamansion was built in 1904 as a replica of Louis XV's Petit Trianon in Versailles and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The estate features eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an atrium and imperial ballroom--all set on nearly 2/3 of an acre in Presidio Heights. The Dowager Countess would approve!

According to Curbed, the original owners Marcus and Cora Koshland were quite the socialites, and opened the house with an elaborate Marie Antoinette-themed costume ball. Maybe it's time to pick up where they left off.

Contact listing agent Steven Mavromihalis of Pacific Union International for more details, or hop on over to Redfin for more photos.

3800 Washington Street

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