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Stan Lee’s pad at the Four Seasons seeks $1.35M

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Marvel at the comic book visionary’s vacation home

Exterior shot of sidewalk with people and large glass doors leading inside building.
Entrance to the Four Seasons.
Photos by Sparks Media Group, courtesy of Climb Real Estate

Co-creator of such superheroes as Spider-Man and the X-Men, Stan Lee, who died in 2018, owned a pied-à-terre in one of San Francisco’s most stellar buildings, the Four Seasons private residences in SoMa.

“Stan Lee purchased it and stayed here when he threw out the first pitch at the Giants game and attended the first Comic-Con,” says Climb Real Estate associate Sean Mamola. “Mr. and Mrs. Lee loved San Francisco and the creativity they found here.”

Featuring one bedroom, one bathroom, and 795 square feet, the Lee’s east-facing #22C is one of the smaller units inside the circa-2001 building. The swank condo comes with hardwood flooring, marble bathroom, granite countertops in the kitchen, and washer and dryer.

It’s petite but perfect for one to two people with cash to burn. Homeowners also have access to 24-hour doorman service, in-room dining from the hotel’s kitchen, and an Equinox Sports Club on the bottom level.

With HOAs costing $2,148 per month, the late Marvel Comics visionary’s home hits the market for a cool $1.35 million; it’s listed through Climb Real Estate’s Leslie Bauer and Sean Mamola.

Brown wooden doors leading into the foyer of condo.
Condo’s entrance.
White living room with windows, two white couches, brass reading lamp, and marble coffee table.
Living room comes with high ceilings and views of nearby towers.
White cabinets dominate this small kitchen.
The kitchen.
The bedroom.
Ideal viewing for watching Spider-Man swing from building to building.