• Two-level penthouse condominium, including rooftop terrace, at The Residences at Jackson Square
    • Legendary circa 1911 building by architect Albert Pissis, home to the famous Ernie’s Restaurant until 1995 and recreated in Hollywood for Alfred Hitchcock’s film Vertigo; the building was converted to 13 luxury condominiums above retail/office space in 2008
    • 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms
    • Secure street-level entrance opens to a refined lobby with elevator access
    • Private foyer with mercury glass accent wall that reflects the staircase to the second-floor public rooms
    • The entry level includes both bedrooms, each with en suite bath and sliding glass doors to a sizeable terrace with iconic downtown views, including the Transamerica Building just one block away
    • The primary suite has an organized walk-in closet and en suite bath with heated floors, Carrara marble vanity, alabaster mosaic backsplash, and frameless-glass enclosed bathing area with integrated ceiling rain shower and soaking tub
    • A half-bath serves the public rooms on the second level
    • Spacious living and dining room combination features an accent wall of floating shelves and cabinets integrated with an original steel support beam; a gas fireplace is surrounded in striated marble slab and wall-to-wall windows integrate double doors to another sizeable terrace with exceptional downtown views
    • Sleek modern kitchen features custom cabinetry by StudioBecker, granite counters and stainless steel appliances
    • Appliances include a Viking 6-burner gas range, Bosch dishwasher, and Sub-Zero refrigerator
    • A full flight of stairs leads to the third level, which opens to a wraparound rooftop terrace with clear-glass railing for panoramic views spanning the downtown skyline to Russian Hill, including views of the iconic Transamerica Building
    • Concealed laundry closet on the bedroom level with Frigidaire washer and dryer
    • 1-car secure garage parking with access from Pacific Avenue
    • Incredible walkability to restaurants such as Cotogna, Kokkari, Trestle, Bix, Roka Akor, Verjus, and many more
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    Magnificent views, downtown living, and modern luxury are center stage in this penthouse at The Residences at Jackson Square, spanning two levels. Each level enjoys an expansive private terrace presenting downtown views in addition to an incredible roof top terrace with panoramic views spanning the downtown skyline to Russian Hill. The chic and stylish ambiance of the home begins on the foyer level, which has two bedrooms, each with en suite bath, including a sumptuous primary suite bath with heated floors and bathing area with ceiling rainshower and deep tub. The main living area is on the second floor with an open-concept arrangement, structural beam accent that recalls the building’s heritage, and focal-point gas fireplace. The kitchen, with StudioBecker cabinetry, is sleek and modern with a 6-burner Viking gas range, ample counter space, and stainless steel appliances. Continue up to the third floor where a wraparound rooftop terrace awaits with clear-glass railings for views that include iconic landmarks like the Transamerica Building.

    845 Montgomery St #PH4 is located in a boutique building with elevator access to all floors, including the garage. Originally built in 1911 as a hotel and later home to the famous Ernie’s Restaurant, the building was converted to 13 private residences in 2008 and maintains the original brick façade and decorative cornices unique to the neighborhood.

    Quaint tree-lined streets, Gold-Rush era architecture, Michelin-rated restaurants, and boutique art galleries make Jackson Square one of San Francisco’s most sought-after and exclusive neighborhoods. With history dating back to the 1850’s, the neighborhood has maintained an incredible sense of history and prestige. Located within a short walk to the Financial District, North Beach, Chinatown, and the future Central Subway transit line, 845 Montgomery St is in the heart of it all.

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    845 Montgomery Street #PH4, San Francisco