• $1,300,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 965 SqFt
  • MLS# 467543
Superbly remodeled throughout this elegant one bedroom residence defines perfection at its best. This gracious and inviting home is complimented with new custom paint, wide plank hardwood floors and baseboards, nine-foot ceilings, recessed led lighting, new interior doors and double thermo-paned sliding glass doors and windows.
The gourmet chef’s kitchen is outfitted with Cambria Quartz countertops and backsplash, Omega custom wood cabinetry, Viking stainless steel stove and microwave, large refrigerator and Miele dishwasher. The warm and inviting open dining and living room is offset with a magnificent custom built gas fireplace with granite surround. These lovely rooms open directly to a lush and very tranquil outdoor terrace — truly the perfect setting for BBQs and outdoor entertaining at its best.
The spacious bedroom provides a walk-in closet illuminated with senor automatic lights, multiple custom built-in drawers, cabinets and hanging rods. Custom cabinetry and Quartz counters with Kohler double sinks compliment the outstanding bathroom. Wainscoting, custom tile walk-in stall shower with rain shower head + seating, custom glass shower doors, linear drain, new exhaust fan, and new large capacity side-by-side silver large washer + dryer completes this outstanding residence.
One car parking and storage located in garage. HOA Dues: $777.51 per month. Includes: water, garbage, building exterior, garden maintenance, building insurance and professional property management.


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At-a-Glance Serving as the vibrant heart of west coast finance and home to the Pacific Stock Exchange , Transamerica Building , Port of San Francisco and the Ferry Building , the Financial District boasts the City’s largest concentration of corporate headquarters, law firms, and financial institutions. A century ago, Market Street saw the rise of the west’s first skyscrapers. But in 1906, the area was devastated by earthquake and fire. From the ashes would come new building and earthquake retrofitting technologies that would play a big role in making safer spaces and lifting the City’s height restrictions. Today, the resulting skyline is one of the most iconic in the world. ...

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