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721 Bay Street

San Francisco, CA 94109

(0 %) $1,890,000

  • Single Family Residence
  • Sold
  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,916 SqFt
  • MLS# 21926480

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La Buena Vida, The Good Life'' says it all. A charming 1930s Russian Hill Mediterranean Revival Style 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Home includes a spacious office with kitchenette, separate entrance, and large storage room. Enjoyed and well-maintained by the current owners and used as a quintessential San Francisco pied--terre for the last 26 years. Expansive bay views throughout, including Alcatraz and the Bay Bridge, fireplace, light-filled upper-level bedrooms with walk-in closets and bay views. Fine indoor and outdoor living with an enclosed sunroom and large sunny deck. Take the historic SF Cable Car style hillavator' to your front door. Walk to Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Square, North Beach, and downtown. Close to public transportation and a walk score of 95! 721 Bay Street includes a convenient, separately deeded garage within the building.

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Hyde St

City:

San Francisco

County:

San Francisco

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About Russian Hill

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At-a-Glance

Earning its name from the Cyrillic-inscribed gravestones discovered at its peak by California gold rushers (Cyrillic script is a writing system employed across Eastern Europe), Russian Hill has long been prized for its history, elegance, and stunning views.

But when it comes to the style of homes that hug the area’s steep slopes and surround its tiny parks and manicured gardens, you’ll have to look beyond Eastern Europe for influences. Here, cottages and mansions alike take their design from Spanish Colonial, Italianate, Neo-Georgian, Mission Revival and Arts and Craft architectural styles.

It’s been well over a century since the last Russian crew members found their final resting spot on this hill (don’t worry; the cemetery has since been moved), but the name that they inspired remains.

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Prestigious

Living Here

Russian Hill residents include the well-to-do as well as a young, hip and affluent white-collar crowd. However diverse, all are drawn to the array of fine restaurants and boutiques that line Russian Hill’s main shopping district, Polk Street. Here, your options are many and varied:

Good-to-Know

Armistead Maupin drew his inspiration for his groundbreaking newspaper-serial-made-novel, Tales of the City, from Russian Hill’s winding, wind-swept streets.

Why Russian Hill?

Impressive architecture and a fine style of life. Need we say more?

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Listing Agent:

Alexander Choulos

Listing Brokerage:

Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty

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