Three years ago this tony condo in Nob Hill landed on the market for a modest $2.19 million, nabbing an impressive $2.05 million. What a difference one year and a renovation make. This palatial pad returned in 2016 asking $3.98 million. Alas, no takers. Now it’s back, again, with a price cut aiming to temp a willing buyer.
Featuring four bed, four bath, and approximately 2,450 square feet, 850 Powell, #104 is located inside the Francesca, which opened in 1923. Highlights include 12-foot beamed and coffered ceilings, exposed pillars and subway tile in the bathrooms, doorman, separate freight elevator, and a new look.
As for the building, it was designed by Gustave Albert Lansburgh (of Oakland’s Temple Sinai), Kenneth MacDonald (a graduate of École des Beaux-Arts), and MacDonald’s partner Maurice C. Couchot.
HOAs come to $2,150/month. Asking is $3,488,000.
- 850 Powell, #104 [Joel Goodrich at Coldwell Banker and Yelena Laudati at Climb Real Estate]
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