The ultimate Jackson Square penthouse, this three-level elegant San Francisco residence offers captivating, panoramic views of the downtown skyline including the Transamerica Pyramid, nearby Telegraph Hill and sweeping vistas of the Bay Bridge. One of thirteen boutique residences located in a historic building designed by renowned architect Albert Pissis in 1911, (the site was formerly a hotel, home to famed Ernie’s Restaurant and was featured in the 1958 film classic, Vertigo) the property was converted into luxury condominiums in 2008. The penthouse has been exquisitely redesigned with architectural highlights including floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, impeccable finishes throughout, and over 1,000 square feet of exclusive outdoor space, including a roof deck with panoramic views. Steps from the Financial District’s premier fashion and gastronomy hub lined with boutiques and fine dining hotspots including Quince, Bixx, Kokkari and Cotogna, this rare architectural gem offers refined, cosmopolitan living at its finest.
- 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
- 2800 square feet of indoor and outdoor living
- Bay Bridge, Downtown, Russian Hill views
- Renovated by Martin Kobus Design
- Historic and central location
- 1 car parking
- Offered at $2,995,000