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San Francisco's Shiniest Apartment Also Happens To Be Its Most Expensive One Bedroom

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Let's see here, at $4,495,000, this is San Francisco's most expensive one bedroom home. Coming in a very, very, very far away second place is another unit within the same building, but it's only asking a mere $1,785,000. Unit #1601 at the Clay-Jones is on the 1200 block of Jones Street, easily one of Nob Hill's most expensive and sought-after blocks. The 1-bed, 1.5-bath, 1,642-square-foot condo is asking $2,738 per square foot. Designed by Andrew Skurman, the residence doesn't have a surface that was left untouched, and most of it is covered in mirrors or some other very shiny material. The entire master bathroom (aside from the flooring) is mirrored. With all these floor-to-ceiling mirrors adorning nearing every surface in the place, we have to wonder what it must do to your self esteem if you're at home and having a bad hair day. Because the unit's on the 16th floor, it has fantastic views of everything you'd want from atop Nob Hill: Grace Cathedral, the Bay Bridge, Coit Tower, Alcatraz, etc. Monthly HOA dues are $1,067 and there's 1-car parking in the garage.
· 1250 Jones Street, #1601 [Redfin]

The Clay-Jones

1250 Jones Street, San Francisco, CA 94109