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Impeccable Residence in One of the Most Prestigious Addresses Atop Nob Hill 

1201 California Street, Unit 304
Offered at $798,000
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  • ​1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Approx. Sq. Ft. = 920

  • HOA Dues - $1,112 per month

  • Corner unit

  • Custom hardwood floors throughout

  • Custom cabinetry

  • Tasteful upgrades throughout

  • Wealth of natural light

  • Grand, sweeping south-facing views

  • Co-op Residence

  • 24-hour doorman and security

  • Elevator from garage to residential levels

  • Two levels of garages

  • Parking fee: $200 per month per car

  • Quiet neighborhood

  • One of the city's most historic buildings

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1201 California Street #304

Introducing 1201 California Street, Unit 304. This remarkable one-bedroom cooperative residence exudes the elegance and sophistication of modern living. With captivating and south-facing views of the Bay Area, this immaculately maintained third floor corner unit is truly a sight to behold. Superbly designed and tastefully upgraded, be prepared to be bathed in sun throughout the day. In addition to the spectacular views from the unit, there is a 17th floor roof deck with 360° unobstructed views of of the Pacific Ocean, Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Treasure Island, and the unbelievable San Francisco skyline.


Located in one of the most prestigious addresses in Nob Hill, one is blown away at the magnitude and luxury of such a unique and iconic residential building. Enjoy the cozy charm of passing cable cars in the famous neighborhood formerly inhabited by the San Francisco railroad tycoons of the early 1800s. Cathedral Tower is an esteemed, secure and desirable full-service residence that is flush with history.

Nob Hill Neighborhood

Elegant and swanky, Nob Hill is full of grand hotels bordering Huntington Park and imposing mansions. Nob Hill is home to old San Francisco, perched on a steep slope made accessible in the 1870s by the California Street cable car, which still runs through the heart of the neighborhood. The descendants of San Francisco's founding families still frequent their private clubs here, including the gentlemen’s only Bohemian Club.

Neighborhood homes for sale are among the most desirable in all of San Francisco. Baronial wealth is still on display here. Pre-war luxury apartments, decorated with wedding-cake facades, are scattered throughout the neighborhood.

The heart of Nob Hill is Huntington Park and its iconic, 10-foot tall Fountain of Tortoises. Plenty of benches around the classic urban square provide a welcome rest for those who hike up the hill. A children's playground is a hidden gem.

The massive stone edifice of Grace Cathedral represents the Episcopal soul of the community. The Cathedral upholds a strong social-justice program, hosts vocal concerts, and maintains an outdoor labyrinth where locals pace its inlaid stone path in meditative silence.

Despite its steep streets, Nob Hill is an extremely walkable neighborhood with the feel of an urban oasis. Bounded by the upscale boutiques of Union Square, the hubbub of Chinatown, and the nightclubs of Polk Street, Nob Hill is within walking distance to the Financial District and Downtown. Muni bus lines that serve the area include the 1 California and the 30 Stockton.

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1699 Van Ness Ave San Francisco, CA 94109

Office: 415-345-3100 • Cell: 415-608-2233

DRE: 00843865


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