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Two contemporary condos sprout up on Sproule Lane

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Located one block from Huntington Park

Photos courtesy of John Willis of Willis + Co.

The brains behind the Butterfly House and the Garage on Hyde, developer by Willis + Co., have whipped up another dreamy contemporary concoction, this time in Nob Hill at the base of idyllic Sproule Lane.

Clad in limestone with steel windows, 166 and 168 Sproule Lane, completed in 2018, occupies the corner of Sproule and Clay, one block down from the glory that is Huntington Park and some of the chicest hotels in town.

The smaller unit, 166 Sproule Lane, features two beds, two baths, and 1,243 square feet. Of special note, the private walkout patio on the main level.

The larger unit on top, 168 Sproule Lane, comes with three beds, three and a half baths, 3,224 square feet. This space features a reverse floor plan, staircase with leather trim that brings to mind Hermès color and stitching, and a view-laced roof deck.

Both units have access to a Tyssenkrupp commercial grade elevator, as well as their own laundry rooms, heaps of security, and hydronic radiant floor heat.

Each condo can be bought separately or jointly to make one grand abode. 166 Sproule Lane asks $2,750,000. 186 Sproule Lane asks $7,200,000. Or, should one be so inclined, the entire shebang asks $9,950,000.

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