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Old school Four Seasons condo asks $6.45 million

So ritzy, even looking at it the wrong way may affect the property values

If you’re one of those people who just won’t settle for anything less than Four Seasons-level accommodations, then have we got a deal for you.

Granted, $6.45 million for a three bedroom condo is a just a wee bit on the steep side for most of us. But similar digs (2,600 feet) on the hotel side of the building can run about $14,000 per night. So, from a certain point of view, you could say that this place pays for itself after about 460 days.

Well, nobody expects a pad in a building like this to run cheap. Last time this unit came up in 2012, it went for $5.1 million. That was a pretty penny, but it doesn’t push this particular residence (#36F) quite into the highest strata in the history of the building, so it looks like this new offer is fixing to do something about that.

Inside, a Four Seasons residence almost counts as something of a throwback these days. New multi-million dollar condos (of the sort being built south of Market instead of right on it) go for the minimal, light-touch look, but a place like this rolls around in padding and ornament in multiple layers, particularly in the common areas. Although the building is less than 30 years old, it’s become a somewhat old-fashioned perspective on luxury and status-symbol wealth in the city.