December 11, 2016

849 Mason St, No. 2, Nob Hill

No. 2 is currently listed for $3 million.
1,680 square foot 3 bedroom 3 bath flat in a very handsome 4 unit Edwardian building designed by architect Willis Polk. Built in 1917. Currently listed for $3 million/$1,786 per square foot. Last sold for $441K in 1994.

Originally a single family home the property was redeveloped into four luxury apartments called Four at the Top in 1983 by the restaurateur and wine maker Pat Kuleto.

Broker Babble: This meticulously maintained and completely remodeled full floor condominium is Nob Hill living at its finest. Located at the top of Nob Hill, adjacent to the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the residence features a warm, welcoming interior complete with restored period details such as crown moldings, a wood burning fireplace, and hardwood floors with inlaid patterns and woodwork. The building was designed by famed architect Willis Polk, who conceived many notable buildings throughout San Francisco including The Palace of Fine Arts, the Pacific-Union Club, and Le Petit Trianon.

•3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms
•New appliances (Sub Zero, Viking range)
•New paint, wallpaper, and refinished hardwood floors
•Italian marble in kitchen and bathrooms
•Stark carpet throughout hallway and bedrooms
•Baldwin hardware throughout
•10 foot ceiling height
•Elevator with direct entrance into the unit
•Deeded full size garage parking space
•Deeded storage room
•Boutique 4 unit building

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