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San Francisco Home Formerly Owned by 90s Golden Couple, Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid, Sells for $17.3 million!

The sales in the real estate business might be sagging in hard-hit Manhattan, but it is a surprise that the markets of San Francisco have remained buoyant. The Queen-Anne Victorian in San Francisco, which was once bought by actor Meg Ryan in the 1990s, has finally sold for a whopping total of $17.3 million!

Meg and former husband, Denis Quaid, first met each other on the set of D.O.A. in 1988 and later went on to act together in other movies like Innerspace, Flesh and Bone, and A Century of Cinema. It wasn’t long before Meg and Dennis became the Hollywood golden couple, and this was the home they lived in at the peak of their fame in the early 90s. The couple later ended up selling the house right before separating and getting divorced in 1991.

Wire Image | Meg Ryan with ex-husband, Dennis Quaid

We might not know much about the brand new owner of the mansion, but we do know that it consists of a couple and two children, much like many other affluent residents of the Bay Area. The property was put on the market back in April with a fine $19.5 million price-tag but ended up being sold for just a tiny bit lesser than the original price.

The house is located at 2602 Pacific Avenue and was originally designed in 1889 by the celebrated architect Samuel Newsom– which makes it 130 years old!

Jacob Elliott | The designer did a great job with the remodeling!

Designer Nicole Hollis remodeled the house by blending in modern amenities and designs with the original architecture of the house.

The residence is grand and gracious, standing on 7,000-square-feet and offering a total of 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, a cozy living area, two family rooms, and a formal dining area. The newly completed kitchen comes with an open layout and beautiful Italian marble. The top floor holds a pent-room, with a bar and a breathtaking view across the San Francisco Bay.

Jacob Elliott | The San Francisco view from the patio is absolutely divine

The lowest floor consists of a heated patio with a flex space next to it, a wine room that is temperature-controlled, a mudroom, and a laundry room.

Despite the age of the house, some huge upgrades and updates were made recently. The previous owner worked with Tim Murphy Design Associates, an architecture and design firm based in San Francisco, when they bought it back in 2014.

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