Located in an exquisite Parisian-style Beaux Arts 6-unit building on one of Nob Hills most desirable tree-lined blocks across from historic Grace Cathedral, this 1 bedroom, 1 bath classic condominium features beautifully remodeled gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry, gorgeous marble bath, tented dining alcove, tandem one car parking, washer/ dryer and extra storage.
Featured in Architectural Digest, this sophisticated residence is ideal for enjoying a vibrant urban lifestyle in one of the City's most glamorous neighborhoods.
Features of this exquisite City residence include:
✥ Beautiful classic Beaux-Arts facade- straight out of Paris!
✥ The elegant black wrought-iron grilled front gate leads into a black and white marble lobby with architectural columns and moldings
✥ Ultra- chic double living room with red-lacquered walls, gold leaf ceiling, built-in banquette, custom leopard-patterned carpet and built-in sound
✥ Charming tented dining alcove with black and white marble floors
✥ Elegant master bedroom with gold leaf ceilings, coved moldings and Bay window
✥ Large walk-in closet
✥ Classic black and white marble bath with claw foot tub / shower, heated floors and towel holder, mirrored walls, as well as built-in sound
✥ Large kitchen with black and white marble checkerboard floor, black granite counters, mirrored backsplash, abundant black-lacquered cabinets, 4-burner gas stove, double door Fisher & Paykel dishwasher, stainless refrigerator and walk-in pantry
With an exciting location on one of the City’s most architecturally distinguished blocks of iconic Nob Hill, this gracious and elegant residence enjoys close proximity to world-class shopping, restaurants, theaters and hotels, as well as the Financial District, SOMA, Union Square, North Beach and Chinatown- ideal for enjoying all the cultural, entertainment and business amenities for which San Francisco is world famous.
HOA Dues: $622 per month includes water, garbage, insurance, maintenance and reserves
Elegant and swanky, Nob Hill is full of grand hotels bordering Huntington Park and grander mansions. Perched on the commanding heights made accessible in the 1870s by the California Street cable car that runs through the heart of the neighborhood, Nob Hill is home to old San Francisco. The descendants of San Francisco's founding families still frequent their private clubs here, including the secret, males only Bohemian Club.
The neighborhood, destroyed in the fire of 1906, remains the most affluent and desirable in all of San Francisco. Baronial wealth is still on display here. Pre-war, luxury apartments, decorated with wedding-cake facades adorn Nob Hill.
The heart of Nob Hill is Huntington Park, and its iconic 10-foot tall Fountain of Tortoises. Shady benches around the classic urban square provide a welcome rest for those who hike up the hill. And a children's playground is a hidden gem.
The massive stone edifice of Grace Cathedral represents the soul of the community. Liberal in its outlook, the Cathedral upholds a strong social justice program, hosts vocal concerts, and maintains an outdoor labyrinth where locals pace its inlaid stone path in meditative silence.
Nob Hill, despite its steep streets, is an extremely walkable neighborhood, with the feel of an urban oasis. Bounded by the upscale boutiques of Union Square, the hubbub of Chinatown, and the nightclubs of Polk Street, Nob Hill is walking distance to the financial district and downtown. For those who have to walk home at the end of the day, MUNI provides a monthly pass, good for Cable Cars.