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Restored Willis Polk condo on Nob Hill asks $3 million

Mere steps away from the Pacific-Union Club and the Big 4

Photos courtesy of Pacific Union

Doesn’t get chicer than living directly across the street from the Mark Hopkins Hotel, within walking distance of the Big 4 and Huntington Park. And this Willis Polk-designed gem at 849 Mason will pique the interest of those who, by good fortune, err on the finer side of life.

Coming in at three beds and three baths, this remodeled full-floor condominium boasts restored period accents like crown moldings, a wood burning fireplace, and hardwood floors with inlaid patterns and woodwork.

The kitchen’s jade countertops may be too much for some to bear, though one must admire such an audacious use of deep green. And of course you would get your own garage.

In all, a stunning piece of work by one of San Francisco’s most esteemed architects of yore (Polk was responsible for the Palace of Fine Arts, the Pacific-Union Club, and Le Petit Trianon).

Asking is $3 million. After all, this is Nob Hill.