A three-story, 9,235-square-foot home, located at 440 Golden Gate Avenue, Belvedere, in Tiburon, in the San Francisco Bay Area, had originally been listed at $65 million has just been sold. The estate, called Locksley Hall, includes a pool, a poolhouse, and even a panic room. The property, built in 1895, just sold today for $47.5 million, which is a record for the Bay Area. One benefit to owning the home is the reduced property taxes, according to Curbed , because the residence is a historic property. Of course, the home has an outstanding view of the San Francisco Bay. The name of the buyer was not disclosed. Check out the video below of this fantastic real estate and its views from Neal Ward Properties.