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Pacific Heights condo inside 1928 building asks $1.54M

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This pricey pad comes with archways and views of the bay

Gray facade of high-rise residential building with many bay windows.
The exterior.
Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Nina Hatvany at Compass

Even before you step foot inside the condo, this circa-1928 building kicks things off in resplendent fashion with a green awning stretching from the entrance to the sidewalk curb—so very top-drawer—and a Spanish-Mediterranean lobby decked out with painted beam ceiling and wrought iron chandelier.

What a wonderful first impression.

Featuring one bedroom and one bathroom, the condo itself, 2090 Pacific Avenue #505, comes with hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, crown moldings, archways, adorable telephone nook (put a plant or pricey vase inside it), and door paneling. It also has a recently remodeled kitchen, a breakfast area, and two pantry closets for storage.

And because this is San Francisco, you’ll find bay windows galore inside this petite yet pleasing corner abode.

HOA are $819 per month. Asking is $1,549,000; it’s listed through Nina Hatvany of Compass.

Detailed iron gate opened leading to a lobby with a circular couch in the middle of it.
Wrought-iron gate leads to the lobby.
Dark wood door and arch, door is open showing the gay and white interiors of the home’s foyer, which comes with hardwood flooring.
Condo’s exceedingly charming front door.
Accompanying the bay window is a picture window, which offers views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
A large dining room table sits in the middle of a gray walled room with a set of bay windows in the background.
The formal dining area.
Two arched doors conceal a nook where a telephone usually goes.
Ye olde telephone nook with two carved wooden doors.
Narrow kitchen comes with gray walls, gray cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances.
A contemporary kitchen.
A gray room with a barrel ceiling.
Informal dining area could be used as a second office.
King size bed with gray comforter, white pillows and dark gray headboard.
The master bedroom.