While some may dream of life inside a Mission District Victorian, a Sunset District Rousseau, or a Diamond Heights Eichler, a few denizens, your editor included, fantasize about living on Sutter Street in the Tendernob, a small stretch of street that, arguably, epitomizes the ideal version of San Francisco.
And living inside the Frederick Herman Meyer-designed Belgravia, the corner Beaux-Arts residence at 795 Sutter, would be the dream coming to fruition. That is, if you have that dollar bills to afford it. A rare offering inside the building, a prized corner unit, landed on the market today. For fans of both the building and the neighborhood, it’s worth a look.
Featuring three beds, two baths, and 1,784 square feet, unit 101 comes with wood accents galore, arched windows, updated kitchen and baths, glass pocket doorsm walk-in closet, and more.
Asking is $1,295,000.
- 795 Sutter, #101 [Cece Doricko/Coldwell Banker]