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Jaw-dropping Ritz-Carlton condo of your dreams asks $3.57 million

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It took three years for this chic, ultra luxe renovation to finish

The open-floor plan, Carrara-marble, antiseptic-interior trend doesn’t always work well. Inside a stately San Francisco Victorian or Edwardian, the results often come off awkward and out of place, rather than providing positive contrast.

But use said decor inside a downtown high-rise flat, and you often find a perfect match.

Take, for example, this bonkers three-bedroom, three-bath, approximately 2,000-square-foot condo inside the Ritz-Carlton Residence and Club at 690 Market.

Billed as a "one-of-a-kind creation" inside the tony tower, the 17th-floor flat was renovated recently with updated features, including translucent bathrooms, minimalist new kitchen, remastered floor plan, and a super crisp white interiors.

And, please, take a moment to appreciate the unicorn of San Francisco real estate—the high-rise bathroom boasting a window. So rare, this lovely creature.

In a word, sleek.

In two words, how much?!

Asking comes to a $3,575,000, with HOAs clocking in at $2,952/month. Seeing as how this renovation took three years to complete, the price tag is clearly geared toward someone who can afford the finer things in life, and then some.

Ritz Carlton Residence and Club

690 Market, San Francisco, California