On a level block at the top of Russian Hill, this desirable co-op encompasses an entire floor of a circa 1920s, impeccably maintained mid-rise building designed by T. Paterson Ross, a significant Bay Area architect. The sixth floor location benefits from dramatic Bay and City views, including the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge and features a large balcony on the sheltered east side of the building for al fresco enjoyment. The gracious formal living room and dining room are spacious and elegant. Next to the living room is a well-appointed den/library with en suite bath (many owners have opened the wall to create a dramatic 3-room expanse). In addition there are three bedrooms, including the master suite, with views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Additional amenities include garage parking for one car, two private storage rooms (one currently used as a laundry room), plus shared use of the rooftop room with fitness equipment and space for entertaining. Adding to the appeal is the home’s location along the cable car line and across the street from an entire block devoted to George Sterling Park and Alice Marble tennis courts.