• One of San Francisco’s most iconic residential buildings atop Russian Hill at the end of a cul-de-sac
    • Circa 1928 building with architecture by Quant & Bos, built by Templeton Crocker
    • Not available for purchase in over 40 years
    • Full-floor cooperative with 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms
    • Approximately 4,000 square feet of living space
    • Panoramic views on every side of the residence spanning San Francisco landmarks, Alcatraz and Angel Islands, the Bay Bridge, and city skylines
    • Direct elevator access to a private vestibule plus service elevator
    • Grand formal living and dining rooms, sitting room/office, customized library (formerly a 4th bedroom), and staff bedroom currently used as an office
    • Compartmentalized kitchen with butler’s area, casual dining space, large pantry, and wine closet
    • Two assigned covered parking spaces plus ample guest parking
    • Private storage room with window, as well as common storage room
    • Staffed lobby from 7 a.m. to midnight daily
    • All sales are subject to approval by the Board of Directors of the Cooperative Homeowner’s Association
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    A landmark at the summit of Russian Hill, 945 Green Street is a commanding building privately positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac and one of San Francisco’s most exclusive and desirable classic cooperative buildings. Built by San Francisco socialite and railroad heir Templeton Crocker in 1928, the building was designed by noted architectural firm Quandt and Bos who also designed 1940 Broadway, 1960 Broadway, and 2555 Larkin Street. Residence #5, not available for purchase in over 40 years, encompasses the entire fifth floor offering breathtaking vistas across the City from every vantage point. Introducing the residence is a secure lobby befitting the elaborate architectural detail that embellishes the ornate and distinguished exterior. A mahogany paneled elevator arrives at a private vestibule at the home’s entrance where rich details unfold and continue inside with fine hardwood flooring and layers of crown moldings complemented by high ceilings and wonderful scale. Uplifting the ambiance are expansive windows that pivot to open to the fresh air while providing an uninterrupted display of San Francisco iconic landmarks such as Alcatraz and Angel Islands, the Transamerica Building, Coit Tower, and the Bay Bridge.

    The graceful floor plan features elegant formal entertaining spaces along with a range of more relaxed casual areas that augment the design including a handsome library (potential 4th bedroom), staff bedroom currently used as an office, sitting area/office, and casual dining area. Spanning approximately 4,000 square feet, the residence continues with 3 bedrooms, each with en suite bath and all with views across San Francisco. Property amenities at 945 Green Street include covered parking for two vehicles plus a staffed entrance from 7 a.m. to midnight daily. Completing the appeal of this most desirable co-op is its excellent location just moments to all The City has to offer with shopping and excellent restaurants, cable car access, and charming “stairway streets” all within easy reach.

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    Tiled steps with decorative Spanish tile risers lead to the building’s grand portico, which is detailed with a series of arches supported by elaborately carved Corinthian columns and pilasters; an all-glass door surrounded by side lights, all with inlaid detailed iron work, provides access to the secure lobby


    Tiled flooring, with alternating decorative keystones, continues into the lobby where a towering box beamed ceiling is surrounded by a colonnade of recessed arches in a gilded finish; a mahogany-paneled elevator provides transport directly to the fifth-floor residence


    The elevator arrives at a private vestibule with custom-finished walls and patterned carpeting; a secure door opens to the receiving area, which introduces hardwood flooring that continues into the main living areas

    Living Room

    This grand room has tall windows on three sides presenting wraparound views of the Bay, Coit Tower, Transamerica Building, and city skylines; layers of crown molding, a wood-burning fireplace with carved marble mantelpiece, and oak flooring are featured

    Sitting Room

    This intimate parlor room has upholstered walls, built-in cabinetry, and view windows on two walls

    Dining Room

    Sized for grand entertaining, the formal dining room has two view windows looking toward Alcatraz Island and the Bay; a crystal chandelier and matching sconces illuminate the space

    Kitchen & Butler’s Pantry

    The kitchen begins with a large butler’s area with sink and significant glass-front cabinetry; the adjoining preparation area continues with custom painted cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a separate casual dining area with mural painted wall; view windows to the Bay span the entire area

    Office & Bathroom

    Originally the staff bedroom, this room has been converted to an office with built-in cabinetry, desk space, and wall of closets; the adjacent bathroom has a tub and commode


    Previously the 4th bedroom, the library is surrounded from floor-to-ceiling with book shelves on two walls; the Transamerica Building takes center stage at the window; detailed crown molding and hardwood flooring are featured

    Master Bedroom Suite

    Windows on two walls with views of Coit Tower, the Bay, and City skylines; two walk-in closets and en suite marble bath with extensive mirror, tub, and dual-sink vanity

    Bedroom Suites 2 and 3

    Two suites each have two view windows, carpeting, a walk-in closet, and en suite bath with tub and overhead shower

    Other Features

    Elegantly appointed powder room and vestibule with mirrored glass vanity

    Walk-in pantry, silver closet, and customized wine room in the kitchen area

    Large laundry room with sink and storage closet

    Rear stairs and service elevator

    Covered parking for two vehicles


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    945 Green Street #5, San Francisco