The latest home to leave us gawking: a San Francisco on the market for $6.25 million.
The 3,000-square-foot home, which dates back to 1907, is equipped with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and, best of all, a "clock room" where the four faces of the clock meet, making for one of the most stunning hangouts ever.
The penthouse is located in San Francisco's bustling South of Market neighborhood (AKA: SoMa), and is once owned by , Zillow reports.
Once the largest printing company on the West Coast, the business at the turn of the 20th century, supplying San Francisco's canning industry with many of its labels, according to Apartment Therapy.
And though the company no longer exists, in its heyday, the building boasted a number of , including "a roof garden, handball, basketball, and volleyball courts, and other athletic facilities."
It would later be developed into residential condos in the 1990s, but the beauty of the clock tower penthouse is still present today.
Inside, you'll find original brick and concrete walls, exposed steel structural beams, a gourmet kitchen, and arched windows.
Let's not forget the expansive outdoor 1,200-square-foot wraparound deck, offering picture perfect views of San Francisco Bay and the skyline.
It gets better. At night, the tower's spotlights illuminate the giant faces of the clock, making for a spectacular sight every evening.
Just think of all the fabulous parties that could be had here! Keep scrolling and check out the video below to see more of this impressive home.