: : Grand Residence Tower At Coveted Millennium Building : :
301 Mission Street, Unit 31F
San Francisco, CA
Offered at $1,500,000
Sub-Zero Bosch appliances
HOA Fee: $2,950.52 / Month
301 Mission Street Unit 31F
Elegance abounds in this 3 Bedroom home in the coveted Grand Residences tower, with lovely city views and world-class amenities in this stunning & sophisticated rare residence.
The home boasts a wonderful great room drenched in sunlight, hardwood floors, and a Chef's kitchen including Sub-Zero+Bosch appliances & quartzite topped ctr island w/ sleek oak cabinetry.
With floor-to-ceiling windows, the living space capitalizes on spectacular urban views of Salesforce Park's Green Living Rooftop, city. 2 luxurious ensuite beds with sumptuous spa-like baths, outfitted walk-in closets, a 3rd bonus room/office & in-unit laundry. Additional features: newly painted, plush carpeting, modern electronic window shades & light fixtures.
Head down to club level to enjoy world class facilities: 24-hr concierge, deeded wine storage, wine tasting room, indoor salt-water lap pool, fitness center with Pilates & yoga, sundeck with fire pit & waterfall, owners' lounge with full bar, fireplace & elegant dining room serviced by International Smoke.
South of Market (SoMa) / East Cut Neighborhood
The East Cut neighborhood, the latest micro-neighborhood describing the area near Yerba Buena / Salesforce Park, is located in the greater South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood in the South-East section of San Francisco.
Once a major industrial district, South of Market (SoMa) wanted to be known as the West Coast version of New York City's SoHo. SoMa never really became the paradise of artist galleries and lofts and stayed a quiet backwater of printing presses, welders, motorcycle-repair shops, and late-night dance clubs until the dot-com revolution.
The dot-com boom made it hip to live and work in the neighborhood. SoMa homes for sale are diverse in style and history and allow residents to easily navigate the walkable neighborhood. Luxury loft housing filled the old printing factories. People discovered the Victorian cottages tucked into the quiet alleys between the broad streets.
Yerba Buena Gardens and South Park are often filled with people eating lunch on the grass in front of the once-exclusive mansions. Nondescript warehouses have been converted into tech-company offices. The area of SOMA known as Mid-Market has seen a building boom as of late, thanks to local tech heavyweights like Twitter, which has headquarters in the neighborhood.