The ultimate in glamour and sophistication, this stunning Ann Getty-designed Park Avenue-style condominium residence on San Francisco's world-famous Nob Hill provides a fabulous City lifestyle- perfect for grand-scale entertaining, yet well-suited to a contemporary lifestyle...
Featuring three bedrooms, three baths, library, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen and separate service elevator in one of the City's most iconic Art Deco era doorman buildings, The Francesca- this crown jewel of Nob Hill is truly one of the City’s architectural treasures...
And an exciting location on one of the City’s most architecturally distinguished blocks, this gracious and elegant residence enjoys close proximity to world-class shopping, restaurants, theaters and hotels, as well as the Financial District, SOMA, Union Square, North Beach and Chinatown- ideal for enjoying all the cultural, entertainment and business amenities for which San Francisco is world famous...
Features of this sensational property include:
Notes: All draperies and dining room chandelier are excluded from the sale
Dues: $2,267.00 per month include water, garbage, building insurance, maintenance, reserves, doorman and professional property management; leased parking in the building is available on a seniority basis as per the Rules of the HOA for $250 per month
Some of the most prestigious addresses in the world can be found in the luxury high rises of downtown San Francisco. And why not? Close to world-class museums, the financial district, the Giants ballpark, and the Ferry Building with its gourmet food emporiums, restaurants and farmers market, downtown San Francisco has it all.
Extraordinary shopping centers include the flagship retailers of Union Square and boutiques of Maiden Lane. Restaurants earning Michelin stars -Boulevard, Fifth Floor, Masa's, Michael Minna -are all within walking distance. Local favorites include Blue Bottle Coffee in the Ferry Building, the French bistro Cafe Claude hidden in a tiny lane, and the lushly romantic Le Colonial for exotic cocktails.
The neighborhood is undergoing massive revitalization. New museums attract a vibrant crowd of visitors. The 19th century U.S. Mint, an enormous testament to San Francisco as a center of wealth in the new world, is now a busy cultural center hosting dance and music performances. The adjacent plaza on Jesse Street is now an 18,000 square foot downtown public space. For those who crave open space, the Embarcadero, with its bay front vistas, is steps away.