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Russian Hill condo inside midcentury high-rise asks $4.1M

One of only two two-story units inside circa-1962 building

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Compass

1080 Chestnut, an underrated midcentury high-rise in San Francisco, is an unassuming, austere structure that doesn’t get the love it deserves compared to, say, the Summit or even 1070 Green. Today, a two-story condo inside the Russian Hill building lands on the market to the tune of $4,150,000.

Featuring three bedroom, two and a half baths, and 2,105 square feet, unit #11B (one of only two two-story homes inside the building) comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, wraparound deck, renovated kitchen and baths, and views of the bay.

The half bath comes bearing a vessel sink (*wince*), but the future homeowner could easily have it replaced. On the flip side, the master bathroom is as sleek as anything found inside a new penthouse in the newfangled East Cut neighborhood.

Overall, the condo’s recent renovation has been a gentle one, allowing its midcentury roots to peek though. Lovely.

Betsy Linder of Compass is in charge of the listing.