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Renovated Nob Hill high-rise condo asks $2.8 million

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Comes with views of Grace Cathedral’s spire

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Joel Goodrich, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury

Built in 1962, 1200 California, located a block away from Huntington Park atop Nob Hill, features some of the most underrated luxury condos in the city. While they lack the close proximity to the lauded Salesforce Park and Transbay Transit Center—the current crop of luxe apartments, like 181 Fremont and the Avery, can be found sprouting up next to the city’s multibillion-dollar transit project—the sky-high units on Nob Hill are still, for many, where it’s at.

Take, for example, this recently refurbished condo at 1200 California. Coming in at two beds, three baths, 2,408 square feet, unit #11C features a dramatic foyer, midcentury-esque fireplace, new kitchen and bathrooms, dining room, and 24-hour concierge.

Best of all, it comes with views of Grace Cathedral’s rooftop, including the circa-1964 church’s slender spire, or fleche. A refreshing change of pace from the hordes of SF condos and their ubiquitous, snooze-worthy views of the bay.

HOAs are $2,983. Asking is $2,800,000.