Presenting 1001 California TH1. Top of Nob Hill


Under the façade of San Francisco’s most iconic Beaux-Art style doorman building, designed by Lewis W. Butler of famed Architectural firm Butler Armsden, hides a sophisticated modern masterpiece at the pinnacle of Nob Hill. Surrounded by the iconic landmarks of the Mark Hopkins and Fairmont Hotels, Huntington Park and Grace Cathedral. There is simply no other Nob Hill residence that can compare. This two-level townhouse style unit boasts of period details with the large original windows complimenting the modern design interior elements throughout.

The expansive main level consists of a gorgeous living space surrounded by large classic windows with magical exposure to the iconic surroundings. Silver leaf within in the coves of the tall ceilings add volume and complexity, a dining area for showcasing and hosting large parties, along with an open beautifully appointed kitchen makes the upper living space seems simply extraordinary. Tucked in a private corner is the master suit with a mix of large classic windows, tall ceilings and a luxurious spa-like master bath. 

Take the staircase or elevator down to the spacious lower level where you will find the heart of the property.  The large centrally located living room is surrounded by 2 bedrooms of generous size. French doors lead to an open living space with en suit bath perfect for den / library or another bedroom. Other doors will lead to the gym or media room, large laundry room with ample counter space, and then directly out towards the garage.  
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