This historic sale presents a connoisseur's opportunity to acquire a grand City residence with undisputed pedigree and architectural significance. The Tobin House stands as the last remnant of the estate of Michael H. de Young. Designed by genius architect Willis Polk in 1915, this magnificent 9,000± sq. ft. five-bedroom Pacific Heights residence balances timeless elegance with modern sensibility. The landmark estate's exceptional indoor-outdoor lifestyle delivers a 'country in the city' feeling. The home's four levels offer an exceptional floor plan for entertaining and daily living. The main level 11.5' ceiling height delivers a gravitas rarely seen in today's market. The grand living room enjoys a wall of diamond-patterned, leaded windows looking towards the south garden. This is one of San Francisco's most memorable rooms. The primary suite with sitting room measures over 1,000± sq. ft. Join us to explore this timeless experience steeped in San Francisco history.