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Midcentury flat on the curvy part of Lombard Street asks $1.5 million

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Russian Hill home features views of Coit Tower and iconic twisty street

Midcentury apartment exterior on curvy part of Lombard Street. Photos via Heidi Rossi/Pacific Union

Residing on one of the most famous stretches of street has its advantages and disadvantages. Bragging rights to an address smack dab on the curvy part of Russian Hill’s Lombard Street are irresistible.

But that famous twist is also a siren song to the shores of gridlock and tourist hell, as any neighbor can attest. (A toll, which would ease congestion, is being considered for the area.)

Street issues notwithstanding, the midcentury condo at 1025 Lombard features two beds and two baths. It comes with hardwood floors, remodeled kitchen and bathrooms (interior traces of its midcentury past are hard to find), a mirrored wall in the dining area (remember, mirrors are important as they can open up tight spaces!), and views of the curvy action outside.

Dwellers will also have access to the rooftop deck with views of Coit Tower.

Asking is $1,595,000.