• $1,200,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1,065 SqFt
  • MLS# 495824


Grand top-floor Russian Hill condo in boutique 3-unit association! This is a quintessential San Francisco property. Built pre 1900, it offers modern updates while retaining many timeless period features. Detached on all sides this home is awash in sun and great light throughout. Outstanding, flexible floor plan with a huge south-facing living room, large formal dining room, generous master bedroom with abundant closet space, and a den/pantry/laundry/sun room off the kitchen. Details include hardwood floors, gas burning fireplace, high ceilings, beautiful built-ins, and double paned windows. The kitchen and bathroom were remodeled in 2011 and feature high end appliances, quartzite counters in the kitchen and a limestone countertop in the bathroom. There is a quiet, picturesque brick patio in the rear that is shared with one other unit.
This is a prime Russian Hill location, situated within a few blocks of destination restaurants and cafes, the Alice Marble tennis courts, the famed Crooked Street (Lombard), the Hyde Street Cable Car line, and numerous transportation options.
Properties like this do not become available very often; don’t miss it! 


  • Prime Russian Hill location 
  • Large 1 bedroom condo 
  • Formal living room
  • Formal dining room 
  • Gas fireplace with period marble mantle
  • Remodeled kitchen and bathroom
  • High end appliances
  • Hardwood floors
  • High ceilings 
  • Stacked washer/dryer in bonus/sun room
  • Beautiful shared rear patio 



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About Russian Hill

At-a-Glance Earning its name from the Cyrillic-inscribed gravestones discovered at its peak by California gold rushers (Cyrillic script is a writing system employed across Eastern Europe), Russian Hill has long been prized for its history, elegance, and stunning views. But when it comes to the style of homes that hug the area’s steep slopes and surround its tiny parks and manicured gardens, you’ll have to look beyond Eastern Europe for influences. Here, cottages and mansions alike take their design from Spanish Colonial, Italianate, Neo-Georgian, Mission Revival and Arts and Craft architectural styles. It’s been well over a century since the last Russian crew members found their final resting ...

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