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Condo inside midcentury high-rise the Comstock asks $1.64 million

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The high life on atop Nob Hill

Photos courtesy of Catharina Swanstrom, Pacific Union International

Let’s hear it for San Francisco’s midcentury residential high-rises! For starters, they’re a treat for the eyes. So clean, so sleek. And second, they prove that, even 50-plus years ago, city dwellers and planners knew that vertical was the way to go.

Next to Joseph Eichler’s Summit in Russian Hill, the Comstock in Nob Hill is one of our favorite specimens. And this week, a corner unit inside the circa-1961 building lands on the market. Featuring two beds, two baths, and 1,838 square feet, #506 comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, sunroom, wraparound terrace, and more. Ripe for an inventive makeover.

HOAs are $1,535/month. Asking is $1,649,000.

  • 1333 Jones, #506 [Catharina Swanstrom, Pacific Union International]

The Comstock

1333 Jones Street, San Francisco, CA 94109