Rebecca Schumacher Presents $2 Million San Francisco Residential

Quintessential San Francisco views, generously proportioned rooms, lush terraced courtyard. All this and more in this glamorous two-level cooperative apartment in an A+ location on Russian Hill.

First, the views.  From the moment you enter the residence, the views beckon.  Everywhere you entertain, enjoy expansive Bay and City views including Coit Tower, Bay Bridge, Transamerica Pyramid and Alcatraz.  Evenings are exceptionally dramatic.

Generously proportioned rooms, so rare in our urban setting, distinguish 1115 Greenwich.  This chic house-like residence was remodeled over time by the current owners.  The main level includes a welcoming limestone entryway, living room with fireplace, library, sunroom, and formal dining room with box beam ceiling – all with views to the east.  The kitchen features black granite counter tops, Viking range and Miele dishwasher, enhanced by a charming garden view.  Completing the main floor is a guest bedroom and two full baths with high-end cabinetry, marble floors and countertops.

A gracious staircase leads to the upper level featuring a large entertainment room with its treasured outdoor terrace, and the master suite – all with iconic views.  The master suite includes two walk-in closets and large limestone + marble bath with separate water closet.  The entertainment room – with its fireplace, superb wood cabinetry, flat screen TV and wet bar – offers the ultimate space for gathering with friends or simply relaxing quietly to enjoy the spectacular panoramic views.   Also included on this upper level are an additional bedroom, honed marble bath, washer/dryer and large linen closet.

On the lower level of the building are four storage rooms for this residence, one outfitted as a 600+ bottle wine cellar.  Two individual garages are included.   A common area recreation room completes the offering.

Occupying a premium location on Russian Hill, sixteen Mediterranean residences surround a lushly landscaped and terraced courtyard with fountain.   Greenwich Terrace was originally built in 1912 by renowned architect T. Patterson Ross.  The resident manager skillfully attends to the requirements of the shareholders.

Russian Hill is a treasured neighborhood offering some the best views and microclimate of San Francisco’s premier north side.  The residents ardently treasure its cable cars, crooked block of Lombard Street and Alice Marble Tennis Courts.  Hyde and Polk Streets offer superb dining and an interesting array of shops.

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