1001 California Street Unit: 4, San Francisco, CA
A STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL BEAUX-ARTS STYLE RESIDENCE…
WITH DRAMATIC PARISIAN-STYLE VIEWS OF WORLD-RENOWNED NOB HILL LANDMARKS…
AT ONE OF SAN FRANCISCO'S PREMIERE ADDRESSES…
Grand Park Avenue-style glamour on Nob Hill…Step into a world of timeless elegance in an iconic San Francisco residence situated in one of the City’s most legendary Beaux-Art Style buildings. This super-elegant full-floor enjoys stunning views of the world-renowned Fairmont and Mark Hopkins Hotels, the Pacific Union Club, Huntington Park and Grace Cathedral- with the shimmering waters of the Bay, the glittering towers of the Financial District, and the Bay Bridge as a magical backdrop.
The grand-scale interiors and extraordinary architectural detailing, as well as the irreplaceable design and finishes, are reminiscent of a notable Park Avenue co-op in Manhattan or a historic Hotel Particulier in Paris. The opulent and architecturally dramatic black and white marble entrance foyer, the ballroom-scaled living room and sensational circular dining room provide the most extraordinary backdrop for elegant entertaining- while the kitchen/ great room are perfect for everyday living and lounging, and luxuriously outfitted private areas create a serene retreat. Elegant French doors and soaring ~12’ ceilings flood the spaces with abundant natural light during the day while dramatically framing the daytime as well as evening views.
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s most historic Parisian-style neighborhood, enjoy an exceptional urban experience in the midst of world-class hotels and restaurants, shopping and dining- as well as in close proximity to the Theater District and the tech capital of the world in the Jackson Square and SoMa areas- truly the ultimate City Lifestyle…
- 2 Bedroom, 3 bath, 1 powder room full floor condominium on Nob Hill
-~3,752 Square feet as per draftsman, 3,450 as per City of San Francisco Tax Records; Buyer to independently verify
- 12ft tall ceilings with French doors to every room create a beautiful flow of natural light
- Individual spacious dual dressing rooms and baths
- Located in one of the City’s most iconic buildings, originally built in 1914 by William Randolph Hearst
- Amenities include around-the-clock door staff, security system, sophisticated lighting, an extra storage room, extensive in-unit storage, air conditioning, and a whole-house music system
- HOA Dues: $6,389 per month includes 24-hour doorman, water, garbage, building insurance, maintenance, and reserves
- Valet or assigned parking is available next door at the Crocker Garage for ~$385 per month
The opulently dramatic double entrance foyer features exquisite black and white diamond-patterned marble flooring inset with gold fleur-de-lys and four Ionic columns framing trompe l'oeuil walls by renowned artist Willem Racke- providing a timelessly elegant welcome to the residence. The original 1914 antique mirrored bar is topped with a beautiful Art Deco art piece, re-creating the ambiance of some of New York's legendary classic night-clubs.
Highlights of the huge ballroom-sized living room include soaring ~12’ ceilings with beautiful triple crown moldings, a grand marble and troupe l’oeuiled gas fireplace, Venetian plaster walls, picture moldings, richly hued dark hardwood flooring and a large-scaled curved Bay corner window framing views of the sparkling lights of the City’s Skyline- creating a magical backdrop for the grandest of entertaining.
The legendary circular formal dining room is one of the most sensational rooms in the City with its huge floor-to-ceiling curved walls of glass, etched panels reflecting the iconic Fairmont Hotel, French doors, flowing gold silk curtains by prominent designer Susan Chastain, the original 1914 herringbone-patterned parquet flooring and decorative balustrades- and crowned with an incredible trompe-l'oeuil circular soffit. Dramatic views of some of Nob Hill's most world-renowned landmarks including the Fairmont and Mark Hopkins Hotels, The Pacific Union and University Clubs, Huntington Park and Grace Cathedral, provide a stunning contrast to the gleaming towers of the Financial District and shimmering waters of the Bay in the background.
The huge gourmet chef's kitchen/ great room is a fabulous space for everyday living and casual entertaining and is superbly equipped with top-of-the-line appliances including four-burner Wolf gas range with griddle and an antiqued stainless steel and brass curved hood with a decorative insignia, paneled Bosch dishwasher, two mirrored and paneled Sub Zero refrigerators, as well as an appliance closet with Thermador microwave oven and warming drawer. It is also beautifully finished with maple cabinetry with antique mirrored panels, a large stainless sink, walnut flooring and marble counters. Additional amenities include a garbage closet with freight elevator, and a bar-stool seating area with stainless steel and antique brass trim. The large open great room is crowned with a custom designed soffit-ed ceiling with recessed lighting, has stunning views of the Pacific Union Club and Huntington Park and also enjoys a large built-in entertainment center. There is also a laundry closet with stacked LG washer dryer and an Erte-style etched Art Deco window.
The ultra-luxurious primary suite is a serene retreat enjoying romantic views over the twinkling lights of the Downtown Skyline, Fortuny silk-covered walls and richly hued walnut flooring. The 1st marble bath is reminiscent of a 4-star resort spa with its antique mirrored curved vanity and sink, a huge walk-in closet with custom built-ins ideal for the most extensive of wardrobes, floating tub, water closet, and a huge shower. The 2nd marble and granite bath features diamond-patterned flooring, walk-in shower with a patterned glass door and a handsome closet with hand-painted custom built-ins and mirrored and suede walls.
The fantasy-like powder room is a work of art with its Murano glass and painted Faberge egg walls, wainscoting set with opals, unique feather shaped glass sconces and a seashell-shaped sink
A comfortable 2nd/ guest bedroom with en-suite marble bath is accessed through an intimate foyer and is nicely secluded from the entertainment areas and primary suite in a different wing of the residence.
Excluded From Sale: Dining Room Chandelier
Built in 1914 in the Haussmann style by renowned architect Houghton Sawyer for media magnate William Randolph Hearst, the distinctive blush-hued Beaux-Arts 1001 California Street - also known simply as “1001”- is considered one of San Francisco’s most architecturally significant buildings.
The building has recently completed an extensive $10,000,000+, 3-year exterior restoration project from roof to decks, glass doors, balcony wrought iron railings, facade painting, preserving all the irreplaceable details while bringing this early 20th Century masterpiece into the 21st Century for its next re-incarnation…
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