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1190 Sacramento Street

1190 Sacramento Street; big brother 1170 Sacramento looming up to the right

[Update: MLS listing now has interior shots]
It's the day for co-ops at Curbed SF, up next: 1190 Sacramento Street, that slim modernist building on Huntington Park in Nob Hill. No interior photos online yet, but each apartment is basically the same: full floor with private elevator landing, large living-dining room with fire escape/balcony looking into the park, eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms, two baths. This unit has a small second terrace on a setback. Our spies tell us that depending on the renovation, these units are either very comme il faut or very depressing, with a duplex somewhere in the mix. There's a one-car garage that tenants "share" (now that could get ugly) and leased parking across the street under Grace Cathedral Close for a whopping $585.00 a month in addition to the common charges of $1100.00 a month.
· 1190 Sacramento Street, #1 [Barbara Callan, Mcguire RE via MLS]
· Wait Listed [Curbed SF]

On the same block as the mid-century megalith 1170 Sacramento, and surrounded by iconic San Francisco buildings: The Brocklebank(Madeleine Elster's home in Hitchcock's Vertigo), The Pacific Union Club; the 1200 block of Sacramento has one of the most exuberant collections of Beaux-Arts buildings in town. Curiously, we've never been able to date 1190, but we're thinking late '30's. Four days on the market, $1,395,000.00, pet restrictions, board approval, very possibly no financing allowed.