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Sleepless in San Francisco: Meg Ryan's Victorian Hits the Market For $8.9 Million

Jul 11 2014 - 4:06am

It seems fitting that '90s megastar Meg Ryan [1] lived in an equally idyllic home during the decade that brought us Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail. The actress lived in this picturesque Victorian home in San Francisco's Pacific Heights [2] 'hood with then-husband Dennis Quaid before it switched owners in 1995 [3]. Fast forward more than a decade later, and we're finally getting the house tour we always wanted! The six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath home was listed for $8.9 million and appears to have a sale-pending status (looks like we just made it!). Dreamy architecture aside, the open layout, original details, and sweeping views of the bay and city were worth waiting for.

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The home's exterior showcases quintessential Victorian details.

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A gorgeous view of rooftops, mountaintops, and, of course, the beautiful bay.

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With this kind of view, who needs window treatments?

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A gorgeous fireplace makes this living room feel refined yet cozy.

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A wall of french doors means more natural light and, of course, killer views.

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With the doors open, it's easy to capture the feel of alfresco dining without stepping outside.

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The master includes more views of the city and water as well as another fireplace.

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A grand staircase feels welcoming with the addition of art and soft carpeting.

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Talk about a window seat — we want one!

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A wet bar and flat screen make this room an ideal hangout.

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Topiaries add a tailored touch of greenery to this terrace.

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Sure, the stairs are stunning, but can we talk about the graphic wainscoting?

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The winding metal staircase adds a sculptural yet practical design element.

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This large terrace looks like the perfect place to enjoy Sunday brunch.

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The kitchen is simple yet stunning with white cabinetry and stone countertops.

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We wouldn't mind being a weekend guest in this room!

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Lush trees and a garden make this city home feel extraspecial.

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