1170 Sacramento Street #17A
3D Virtual Tour
Extraordinary San Francisco Views
Nob Hill Tower
Sweeping Views From High Atop Nob Hill…
Premiere Location on Huntington Park…
Dramatic Open Living & Entertaining Space…
- Two- bedroom condominium residence with two baths, powder room, private elevator entrance, South terrace
- 1 car tandem parking
- 19- story, 71-unit steel and concrete Mid-Century Style highrise built in 1963
- 24- hour doorman service
- Elegantly-landscaped entrance into the motorcourt with abundant valet parking for guests
- Fitness room
- Security person for the freight elevator
- On-site property manager
- Maintenance & janitorial service
- HOA Dues: $3,183 per month includes water, heat garbage, cable TV, building insurance, maintenance, reserves and property management
- Additional storage available for $150 per month
- A chic black-and-white marble private elevator foyer provides an elegant entrance through glass French doors into the residence
- The dramatic open southwest corner living/ entertaining space features hardwood floors, fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors stepping out to a South terrace. Large picture windows frame sweeping views of San Francisco's most renowned landmarks -from the Golden Gate Bridge to Grace Cathedral and Huntington Park, as well as the City's newest icon, Salesforce Tower. This incredibly bright and airy space also enjoys dramatic outlooks over Nob Hill's gorgeous Parisian-style architectural treasures including the legendary Fairmont and Mark Hopkins Hotels
- The sleek, open kitchen features granite counters, paneled SubZero refrigerator and a mirrored backsplash reflecting the space and the views
- The master suite enjoys beautiful views toward Grace Cathedral and the Golden Gate bridge, walk in closet, dressing area
- The 2nd bedroom also has an en-suite bath and 2 closets
- A powder room, back hallway gallery for art and back exit to service elevator complete the floorplan of this gracious City residence
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Contact Joel Goodrich
NOB HILL-Elegant and glamorous, Nob Hill is home to five legendary
hotels, Huntington Park and one of San Francisco’s most iconic structures-Grace Cathedral, San Francisco’s version of Notre Dame. Perched onthe commanding heights made accessible in the 1870s by the California Street cable car that runs through the heart of the neighborhood, Nob Hill is home to old San Francisco. The descendants of San Francisco’s founding families still frequent their private clubs here, including the Pacific Union and University Clubs.
The neighborhood remains the one of most affluent and desirable in all of San Francisco with it’s historic, yet vibrant character. With it’s stunning Beaux Arts-style pre-war luxury buildings decorated with wedding-cake facades, the magnificent palace-like Fairmont Hotel, and iconic Grace Cathedral, Nob Hill is truly San Francisco’s own version of Paris. It has also been the scene of many famous movie and television filmings over the decades from Alfred Hitchcock’s immortal movie Vertigo in the 1950’s to 2019’s Matrix 4 with Keanu Reeves which was recently filmed there, as well as the longrunning TV series “Hotel” which was set at the Fairmont Hotel- and countless others.
The heart of Nob Hill is Huntington Park, and its iconic 10-foot tall Fountain of Tortoises. Shady benches around the classic urban square provide a welcome rest for those who hike up the hill- and a children’s playground is a hidden gem. in addition to it’s acclaimed world-class restaurants, charming neighborhood eateries dot the neighborhood. And the Masonic Auditorium, a classic example of Mid-Century architecture, is yet another attraction, as a venue for concerts and events. During the Holiday Season the Laurel Court Restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel features the largest gingerbread house in the world and is a huge attraction for locals and visitors alike- both children and adults!
Nob Hill is fabulously located in the heart of the City, in the midst of worldrenowned hotels, boutiques, theaters and restaurants, as well as Chinatown, North Beach, Union Square, the Theater District, Financial District and SOMA’s booming technology center- perfect for enjoying a sophisticated, yet comfortable urban lifestyle close to San Francisco’s world-class cultural, dining, entertainment and business attractions.