Commandingly sited on the northeast corner of one of the highest floors within Nob Hill’s premier hi-rise, this spectacularly renovated 2,780sqft residence delivers panoramic, sweeping views of San Francisco. Iconic views span the serene North Bay to the dynamic Downtown skyline. Exquisitely crafted under the leadership of renowned architect Andrew Skurman, this rare condominium serves as a comfortable home with luxurious modern amenities that scales to ignite generous entertaining.
A private elevator landing opens to a foyer with large walls and an alcove for art. Accented by a stone-clad fireplace in a contemporary silhouette and beautifully upholstered walls, the oversized living & dining room features in-laid hardwood floors handcrafted in Italy. Oversized windows and a balcony showcase remarkable views of San Francisco, brilliant by day and vibrantly illuminated by night.
The gourmet kitchen – with Coit Tower, Bay Bridge and Downtown skyline views – features topline appliances combined with a marble peninsula, as well as abundant storage. An elegant bar connects to the kitchen and opens to the dining room – elevating daily living and entertaining. A nearby powder bath is designed with a European sensibility.
Double doors lead to the private residential wing, acoustically enhanced to minimize sound transfer. The marvelous master suite includes a built-in study/desk, intimate media area, and an opulent marble-clad bath with dual vanities, spacious tub and large shower with rounded glass. The second bedroom is beautifully appointed with a window bench and several closets, as well as an ensuite bath.
1170 Sacramento, known as The Nob Hill, overlooks the beautiful Huntington Park on San Francisco's Nob Hill amidst the famous Fairmont, Huntington & Mark Hopkins Hotels, the majestic Grace Cathedral and the stately Pacific Union Club. Upon arrival in the port cochére, uniformed doormen provide valet parking to residents and guests before welcoming them into the soaring lobby.