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We all have deal breakers when it comes to the types of amenities we look for when buying a home. For some, it might be an onsite washer and dryer, or perhaps your address absolutely must to be in a top school district. For others, hey, maybe it’s a solarium. If you fall into the latter camp — those who enjoying stretching out to sunbathe, but can’t deal with wind exposure — then this San Francisco penthouse in the Pacific Heights neighborhood is perfect for you.

2100 Green Street #800 has, as is the penthouse norm, sweeping views of the Bay. The 1920s highrise spans 3,122-square-feet and boasts two-bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a library, family room and, of course, the solarium. It gets windy up in the hills of Pacific Heights, so the glass protection of a solarium would work in harmony with the city’s increasingly sunny days. According to the realtor, the solarium “features travertine flooring in a Versailles pattern and four French doors to the south-facing private rooftop deck.”

The countless other amenities include a wood paneled library, terracotta tile flooring in the family room and a closet fitted for wine storage. The home also comes with an outdoor sauna and deck, surround sound speakers, a security system, garage parking for one car and a private storage area. The master suite offers two wardrobe closets, a steam shower, freestanding tub and wood-burning fireplace with a period mantlepiece.

The monthly maintenance fees may be steep at nearly $1,700, but they include building insurance, cable, refuse collection, window washing and common area maintenance.

Photo: Gothelf

Photo: Gothelf

Photo: Gothelf

Photo: Gothelf

Photo: Gothelf

Photo: Gothelf

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