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Beyond elegant Pac Heights high-rise condo asks $2.6 million

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1925 flat comes with architectural delights like high ceilings and crown moldings

Exterior of 1925 high-rise in Pacific Heights, gray, gorgeous. Photos via Redfin

Some days you see a home that’s so beautiful, it runs the risk of ruining your entire day. Well, this is one of those spaces and today is that day. This half-floor co-op unit in tony Pacific Heights emits unbridled opulence with just enough period details and old-world charm to make it seem within reach.

Alas, it’s asking price keeps it within arm’s reach. Featuring two beds, two baths, and approximately 2,000 square feet, 1940 Broadway, #1 comes with a formal entry, wood burning fireplace, expansive bedrooms with Palladian windows, a den/office, and more.

Since it was last purchased in 2009, it’s undergone a careful renovation. The old rugs have been mercifully tossed out and bathrooms upgraded.

HOAs are $1,738/month. Asking is $2,695,000.

1940 Broadway, #1 [Redfin]

Pacific Heights [Curbed SF]