Offered at: $650,000 : Sold for $650,000
Paris in San Francisco
This may be the most sophisticated and spectacularly remodeled studio in San Francisco: At the prestigious Cathedral Cooperative Apartments, atop Nob Hill.
Designed by the renowned architect Charles Peter Weeks (Atelier Weeks and Day), and completed in 1930, the building is a celebrated masterwork of the era.
For today’s residents, the grandeur of the building’s Moorish Revival facade and entry lobby are a perfect refuge from our frenetic modern world to a bygone era of elegance and style, perfectly befitting Dashiell Hammett’s description in The Maltese Falcon.
The enigmatic essence of this palatial Studio cannot truly be captured in words or photographs. The elaborate and traditional Parisian design defies all sense of time and space. Every square inch of the apartment is curated toward the highest degree of luxurious, yet highly efficient, City Living. It may be the loftiest and most elegant definition of “Tiny Home Design” on the market today.
The fabrics, the woods and stone, the floor and ceiling treatments, the lighting, and the spectacular vignettes make this quintessential City Home perfectly fit for a King or Queen.
Located on the California Street Cable Car Line, the apartment enjoys Golden Gate Bridge, and City Lights views, as well as dramatic Grace Cathedral views. With 24-hour doorman, lovely terrace garden, parking, and storage, and priced at just $650,000, it is also a fabulous value!
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