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.