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Nob Hill Condo from Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' Asks $2.1 Million

Whether you're a Madeleine or a Judy, you'll obsess over this piece of movie history

Of the many Alfred Hitchcock masterpieces, Vertigo (1958) arguably stands out as his best. And now a piece of that film's history is up for sale: a renovated Edwardian condo at 1308 Taylor Street, which was used in the film during the rooftop chase scene.

The top-floor pad features three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and 1,884 square feet. The entire place has been beautifully redone, from the bedroom and bathrooms to the kitchen and rooftop terrance.


Speaking of which, said terrace is private and exclusive to whomever buys this piece of cinematic history. Just don't reenact the opening scene that was shot here over 50 years ago. Please.

1308 Taylor hits the market for $2,198,000.

Fans of the gorgeously-shot psychodrama should check out Curbed SF's map of noted San Francisco locales used in Vertigo.