“Pretty Woman,” prettier house.
Julia Roberts shelled out $8.3 million for a five-story century-old Victorian Revival-style home in the heart of San Francisco.
The Post has obtained photos of the five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom property, located in the quiet and low-key Presidio Heights neighborhood.
Roberts, 54, purchased the 6,245-square-foot stunner on Jan. 6, 2020, after a nearly $2 million price cut. It was originally listed for $10.25 million.
The A-list actress — who was most recently spotted basking in the Australian sun in a hot pink swimsuit — is known for her acclaimed roles including “Erin Brockovich,” for which she won an Academy Award, “Steel Magnolias,” “Pretty Woman” and “August: Osage County,” among many others.
Built-in 1907-’08 by architect Sylvain Schnaittacher and remodeled by John Wheatman, the “Homecoming” star’s residence boasts views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge from the kitchen, family room, and the primary bedroom suite.
The home includes a bonus room on the top floor, in addition to the five floors, and a two-car tandem garage, wine room, outdoor dining space, and garden.
Property records show the home is under the “Grayfox Trust,” the same trust associated with her country-spanning collection of real estate, including a scenic ranch in Malibu’s Point Dume and a West Village co-op in New York City.
Interior features include a custom gourmet kitchen with marble countertops, six burner gas stove top, two dishwashers, two sink stations, a walk-in pantry, a breakfast bar, and a breakfast area, a previous listing said. Additionally, there is a wet bar, wine fridge, and desk area.
In the kitchen is a back hallway that leads to a second set of stairs to the other four floors.
The grand staircase features stained-glass windows.
On the third floor is a primary en-suite bedroom which has a walk-out slate balcony and skylight. There is also a separate dressing table area, a walk-in closet with wood-paneled doors, a large remodeled bath with split vanities, and a separate shower and tub.
In 2016, she sold her sprawling Hawaiian oceanfront estate for $16.2 million.