Rebecca Schumacher Presents $3 Million San Francisco Residential

Rarely does a residence offer views of the Bay to the north and also of the City to the south – all from one room.  This two-level cooperative apartment offers those coveted north-south views from both the large living room and master suite.  Enjoy views of Alcatraz Island, Aquatic Park and across the Bay to the Marin hills juxtaposed with City views of the Pyramid, City Hall and all the way to Twin Peaks.  Simply stunning!  Evenings are magical.

Every element of the apartment has been designed for sophisticated City living.  Whether it is the mirrored gallery, Calcutta marble gourmet kitchen, wide plank dark wood floors, marble and limestone baths or the suede-lined powder room – elegance was the design principal consistently applied.  Structural beauty is provided by the residence’s central staircase with its exquisite iron balustrade.

The floor plan works superbly thanks to a renovation that opened walls and expanded the main rooms.  On the first level, the large living room is centered on the decorative fireplace flanked by walls of display shelves.  The stunning gourmet kitchen is open, across an expanse of white marble counter, to the dining room.  Complete with cabinetry and enviable view, the office is on the main floor.  The powder room serves this entertaining floor of the residence.

On the second level, the generous dual-view master bedroom suite includes several closets and two full baths.  A washer/dryer is found in one of the closets of the guest bedroom suite.  Storage abounds throughout.  Recessed lighting is strategically positioned to showcase art.

Located on a highly desirable flat block of Russian Hill, 1080 Chestnut was built in 1961.  The 58 apartments are home to an eclectic array of local and international residents, all cordially and efficiently served by the resident manager and her staff.  #11D is one of only two 2-level apartments in the building.

Russian Hill is a treasured neighborhood offering some the best views 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; North Beach is a short stroll away.

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