This distinguished and unusually spacious co-op apartment is one of just two units that encompass an entire floor in this twelve-story circa 1929 building. The stately entrance, on a level block of Russian Hill, is staffed 24 hours and offers valet parking in addition to secure garage parking. With its full-floor design on the tenth floor, world-class picture postcard views wrap around the entire apartment from the towers of the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz Island, the entire Bay Bridge, Coit Tower, and City skylines. Renovated from top to bottom with architecture by McEachron Architects, the interiors are masterfully appointed with designer style that begins from the moment of entry in the private elevator lobby.
Neutral tones set the stage throughout, floors are in espresso-hued hardwood or limestone, plus there is extensive custom cabinetry in exotic maple – all combining in a soothing palette that presents a striking backdrop to the remarkable views outside. Lighting is designed for fine art, work from home needs are easily accommodated in multiple spaces throughout the apartment, and full bathroom floors are all heated for added comfort underfoot. The living and dining room combination spans the center of the apartment, adjacent to the kitchen, which is a chef’s dream with amazing space and top-of-the-line appliances.
Extending over approximately 5,345 square feet, this residence comprises 4 bedrooms, each with en suite bath and two with adjoining sun porch, plus 2 half-baths. A sizable library with hidden wet bar for entertaining rounds out the accommodations along with an oversized laundry room and significant storage throughout. Boasting a Walk Score of 97, this home offers City convenience to Cable Car stops plus fine dining and cafes just blocks away, as well as George Sterling Park for recreation and tennis.