In a city full of chic abodes, few are as dreamy as the small strip of Willis Polk Edwardians across from the Mark Hopkins Hotel in tony Nob Hill. In December, a second-floor unit inside one of these gems landed on the market—a three-bed, three-bath condo—at $3,000,000. It has since dropped its price by a hefty $202,000.
The full-floor condominium, featuring restored period accents like crown moldings, a wood burning fireplace, and hardwood floors with inlaid patterns and woodwork, was renovated over the last couple decades.
The look is striking and certainly not for every taste (those jade green countertops are really something else), but such a stunning location cannot be beat.
Asking is now $2,795,000.
- Restored Willis Polk condo on Nob Hill asks $3 million [Curbed SF]
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