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Snazzy townhome in Nob Hill Beaux-Arts building asks $4.99M

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Located on one of San Francisco’s most beautiful blocks

The gorgeous facade.
Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Compass

Built in 1914, this Beaux-Arts stunner, located at 1001 California, manages to stand out on a block blessed with equally exquisite hotels (Mark Hopkins), clubs (the Pacific Union Club), and holy structures (Grace Cathedral). A home inside the dusty rose-hued building lands on the market this week asking $4.995 million.

Featuring four bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, and 3,680 square feet, this two-story townhome comes with a master bedroom and powder room at the main entrance level, then a staircase or elevator whisks you to a family room, three additional bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a laundry room.

One of 12 homes in the entire building, this condo has been updated with a steely, silver-gray tone to it, with a few splashes of color in the lower-level bedrooms.

Other highlights here include hardwood floors, custom drapery and shades, and a 24-hour doorman in one knockout of a lobby.

The listing is through Shannon Cronan of Compass.

The unit comes with an en-suite elevator to the front door.
Wrought iron windows in the living room offer views of Nob Hill’s most beautiful block.
The kitchen and dining space.
The master bedroom comes with one helluva window.
A soaking tub in the master bedroom.
One of three additional bedrooms. This one comes with floral wallpaper.
A lobby with a naked statue. Classic.