Nob Hill is arguably the quintessential San Francisco neighborhood—cable cars, views, and steep slopes are all here. The hill is also home to some quaint alley-like streets. 16 Leroy is one of these; a one-block, almost hidden, dead-end passage. But the views from this two-story condo as expansive as it gets.
The home occupies the top two floors of a two-unit building; and its wow moment is unquestionably the roof deck and garden with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, seating, overhead heating, and a windbreak. This is the kind of place you would visit and never forget, but you can stay for the rest of your life if you buy it (asking price: $2,295,000).
The rest of the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom space is also nicely appointed (but that roof deck is a tough act to follow). In slightly more than 1,800 square feet, you have a living room with a fireplace and more great views, a light-filled kitchen, a bedroom recast as a library/media room, and a master suite with a large closet and fireplace. You can access it all from the elevator in the two-car garage.
· 16 Leroy Place [Redfin]