48-Hrs Minimum Notice Required For Showings
Bed/Bath: 2bd / 1ba
Terms: 1 Year Lease Terms
This remarkable condominium with an Old World feel, features stunning views of Coit Tower, Transamerica & the Bay Bridge. It is located in one of San Francisco's most vibrant and inviting neighborhoods - Nob Hill. It is walking distance to the Financial District and Chinatown, Grace Cathedral, Huntington Park and Union Square. All of which offer immediate access to restaurants, shopping and convenient transportation.
This top-floor condo offers quick access to Union Square, A.C.T. and SHN for world class shopping and entertainment.
- Stunning top-floor view with abundance of natural sunlight and view of the Bay
- Corner unit with a wood-burning fireplace for an intimate and cozy setting
- Large kitchen with plenty of storage and counter space
- New stainless steel appliances, 6-burner stove top, brand new microwave
- Formal dining room off of kitchen
- Hardwood floors throughout
- Freshly painted throughout
- Roof deck access with 360 degree views.
- Spacious bedrooms with courtyard garden view and lush greenery, including fountain water feature
- Full Jack-n-Jill bathroom with tiled floor and shower over tub; hotel style shower rod offering generous shower area
- Old World charm of this unit offers lush entrance, crown molding, crystal doorknobs and an abundance of built-in storage
- North, East & Southern window exposures
- Laundry room off kitchen with washer/dryer hookups
- 1-car parking available nearby for additional fee
- Prime location in the downtown area yielding access to transportation, restaurants, shopping and entertainment
- With a WalkScore of 98, the location is a "Walker's Paradise"
- Sorry No Pets
San Francisco’s Nob Hill is steeped (pun intended) in history, evinced by a plethora of significant architectural icons including Grace Cathedral, the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the Fairmont, Masonic Auditorium, 1201 California Street and the Pacific Union Club.
Known as California Hill prior to the 1850s, the neighborhood was reputedly renamed for the nabobs (or “nobs”) Stanford, Huntington, Hopkins and Crocker who built their mansions there after amassing fortunes in the railroad industry.
Called “The Big Four,” these tycoons were investors in the Central Pacific Railroad, which brought to completion the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. Not surprisingly, they chose ...
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