ABSTRACT: Rarely available large corner unit, 2 large panoramic bay view bedrooms, 2 beautiful remodeled marble bathrooms, panoramic bay view living room, panoramic bay view dining room, open remodeled eat in kitchen, walk out view deck, walk in service bar, three parking spaces and two deeded storage rooms, common view roof deck.
In one of Pacific Heights' most desirable and prestigious full-service buildings, 1998 BROADWAY #1205
offers the perfect setting to enjoy special moments like watching the city's Fourth of July fireworks, the Blue Angels flying through the sky during Fleet Week, or simply relishing the iconic San Francisco views while relaxing on your own private deck. These ever-changing views are spectacular from early morning to the dramatic evening view. You are truly mesmerized the moment you enter Unit 1205 by the panoramic bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Transamerica Pyramid building, Russian Hill and city views through floor to ceiling windows and doors.
Originally a three bedroom and three bath, this unit was brilliantly remodeled and reconfigured to create an open floor plan that showcases the views from most rooms. It boasts 1,390 square feet of amazing living space. Hardwood floors with inlay, recessed lighting, custom built in shelves and cabinetry and custom mirrored walls reflecting the views are a few of the wonderful amenities offered throughout this unit.
The view kitchen with hardwood floors features all the modern conveniences including an abundance of custom cabinetry and granite counter space and an island for stools, subzero refrigerator/freezer, Bosch dishwasher, Thermador cooktop and oven, garbage disposal and GE microwave. The kitchen is the perfect space to cook and entertain while enjoying the amazing views. The view dining area with hardwood floors with inlay is adjacent to the kitchen and has space for a large table and chairs. The large living room is surrounded by views and boasts hardwood floors with inlay and custom mirrors reflecting the views. It opens out to a view deck one can use for barbecuing or just relaxing and delight in city lights or morning sun.
The spacious view en suite master bedroom with sitting area opens out to a fabulous view deck and offers excellent closet space with custom built in drawers. The spa-like master marble bathroom boasts a steam shower, custom cabinetry. The beautiful stone work is finished from floor-to-ceiling. The large second bedroom features custom shelving and cabinets and opens out to the deck. The marble bathroom off the hallway is finished in fine stone work, custom cabinetry and has a shower over tub. A custom walk-in dry bar is perfect for entertaining and boasts recessed lighting, hardwood floors, custom shelving and cabinets. This area could also be ideal if one wanted to convert it to a laundry area with washer and dryer.
The Towers building was originally built in 1964, complete with 82 units, and has been beautifully maintained over the years to offer some of the finest luxury living in San Francisco’s most coveted neighborhood. Walking distance to the finest restaurants, best schools, parks and transportation. Easy walk to shops and restaurants on Union Street, Fillmore Street and Chestnut Street shopping districts. A Walk Score of 98, considered a walker's and runner's paradise.
HOA dues are $1,083 per month and includes: Doorman, water, garbage, radiant heat, cable TV, elevator maintenance, grounds and interior maintenance, professional management, HOA insurance, earthquake insurance. Doorman service: Monday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 9:00 pm; Sunday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.
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Boasting some of the most exclusive real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pacific Heights ranks as one of the City’s desirable neighborhoods.
And it’s not hard to see why.
Here, you’ll find block after block of head-turning, turn-of-the-century homes (such as the Haas-Lilienthal House, Spreckels Mansion, and Bourn Mansion, to name a few) and world-famous views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge.
First colonized by the nouveau riche of the late 1800s when the construction of a new cable-car line made the area accessible, today, Pacific Heights represents the perfect bringing together of established families and those who have more recently found their fortune.
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When it comes to Pacific Heights, stately historic homes, manicured lawns, and postcard-perfect views are just the tip of the iceberg. Also on hand are fine dining and entertainment, shopping, and plenty of exercise opportunities, including:
- Explore a wide array of cuisines including Fresca, SPQR, Pizzeria Delfina, , The Elite Cafe, and Jackson Fillmore Trattoria.
- Stay entertained at the Fillmore Jazz Festival, Clay Theatre, or the infamous concert venue, The Fillmore.
- Grab a workout at Alta Plaza Park, Lafayette Park, or the steps at Broadway and Lyon Streets.
With its chic boutiques, upscale restaurants, and kick-back cafés with plenty of people-watching opportunities, most of the activity in Pacific Heights can be found in the Fillmore District.
Why Pacific Heights?
Living in Pacific Heights may mean that you’ve arrived, but for those looking to experience some of the finest that San Francisco has to offer, Pacific Heights is one of the best places to come home to.