You Couldn’t Be Sleepless in Meg Ryan’s Victorian San Francisco Pad

Life sure does imitate art, and Meg Ryan’s former Victorian home in San Francisco is the perfect example of that. During the golden 90’s rom-com era that Meg made Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail in (you know you love them), she lived in this gorgeous Pacific Heights pad that’s now on the market for $8.995 million.

With sweeping views of the city — and six bedrooms and six fireplaces — we’re ready to move in.

Take a look:

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We're having major architecture envy after seeing the home's exterior.
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The marble countertops and white cabinets are sleek and simple.
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Living Room

This living room could easily have been the set of Kathleen Kelly's living room too.
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Master Bedroom

Waking up to views of San Francisco and having a fireplace in the bedroom are two huge perks.
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The perfect place to read, brunch or do anything, really.

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