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Condo at Midcentury Modern High-Rise the Comstock Asks $3.2 Million

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Corner apartment on the seventh story provides quite the outlook

Co-op living is a San Francisco tradition, but it doesn't usually come with a $3.2 million price tag. Then again, most co-ops aren’t perched at the summit of Nob Hill, two blocks from Grace Cathedral, with a view of the Transamerica Pyramid from the moment you open the door, so this one is a special case all around.

This two bedroom, two bath condo at 1333 Jones is the tenth priciest two-bedroom in the city right now and sits on the seventh floor of midcentury modern gem the Comstock, a circa 1960 high-rise that fronts the entire length of Jones Street between Washington and Clay.

The unit itself features hardwood floors throughout, with wrap-around terraces on two sides (north and east) and jaw-dropping views from every room except for the bathrooms (naturally) and the office.

The bedrooms have more closet room than most Victorian bedrooms have space. And the kitchen has a second refrigerator reserved for wine, because there’s nothing worse than finally scoring a new condo only to realize you have nowhere to put all of your Screaming Eagle.

The unit last sold for $2.4 million in 2007.

The Comstock

1333 Jones Street, San Francisco, CA 94109