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Inside the Pacific Heights Two-Bedroom Home Asking $9.95M

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Back in November a full-floor co-op at one of Pacific Heights' most prestigious buildings, the distinctive red-roofed 2500 Steiner, quietly hit the market asking $9.95 million. Unit 5 didn't list on the MLS at that point, and there were no interior photos available. Now, the co-op has made it official with an MLS listing and plenty of shots of its sparse but fine-boned interior. All of the units in the building were originally laid out as four-bedrooms, but at some point No. 5 was turned into a two-bedroom with a large master suite and a sizable living area.

The apartment features incredible views from every room that range from adjacent Alta Plaza Park to the bay. Nearly all of the city's landmarks, including Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Transamerica Building, and Twin Peaks, are on offer. Whoever buys the place will likely want to spiff up the interiors to match the views. There are large windows, a big fireplace, and plaster moldings, but details like the light fixtures feel outdated. The kitchen is modern and functional without being beautiful.

2500 Steiner sits on a perch high above Pacific Heights, and its list of visitors over the years has been just as lofty, with sitting presidents and senators paying visits over the years. It also has HOA fees to match its fancy reputation, with the tally for No. 5 coming in at a staggering $3,034 per month. That buys a doorman, one parking space, and the honor of living at 2500 Steiner.


· Pac Heights Co-Op at 2500 Steiner Quietly Asks $9.95M [Curbed SF]
· 2500 Steiner [Bartlett Real Estate]