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Luxury Loft-Style Residence In Historic Jackson Square

845 Montgomery Street, Unit G
Offered at $1,498,000
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  • 2 Bedrooms 

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • 1 Car Parking

  • Approx. Sq. Ft. = 1,026±

  • HOA Dues - $1,103.60 per month

  • Building Converted in 2008

  • Private Deck

  • European cabinetry by Studio Becker

  • ​Cherry hardwood floors

  • Philip Stark bathroom fitting

  • Subzero

  • Viking dual fuel stoves

  • Artemide Lighting 

  • Radiant in-floor heating in the master bath

  • Stainless steel appliances

  • Black granite countertop

  • Pre-wired for state-of-the-art communication systems

  • Private driveway and parking

  • Private outdoor space.

  • Washer and dryer in unit  

  • 13 Units in building

  • 100 Walk Score®

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845 Montgomery Street #G

The Residences at The Jackson Square represent one of the most exciting historic conversions in recent history. There are 13 exclusive units in a unique and exceptional Barbary Coast/Jackson Square Historic District location. 845 Montgomery Street #G features gorgeous finishes, including Philip Stark bathroom fitting, Subzero, Viking dual fuel stoves, and Artemide Lighting. The private outdoor space allows you to work from home from this unique outdoor deck, while basking in the stunning skyline views.

 This brick conversion, luxury loft-style condominium offers 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with easy proximity to the downtown area. The condo features Cherry hardwood floors in the foyer, kitchen, and living room, and radiant in-floor heating in the master bath. The kitchen has European cabinetry by Studio Becker, stainless steel appliances and Black granite countertop. There is a private driveway and deeded parking in the elevator building. Washer and dryer are in the unit.


North Beach Neighborhood

At the center of Broadway and Columbus, North Beach spreads out from the Bay to the bottom of Telegraph Hill and features authentic Italian cuisine, the spiritual home of the Beat movement, and a boisterous nightlife.

There's a live-and-let-live attitude that prevails here. While tourists can be spotted peering into their guidebooks at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Broadway, which is lively on the weekends, just a block away, the real neighborhood begins. Houses are perched on the quiet streets that make the precarious climb up Telegraph Hill, offering jaw-dropping views for those lucky enough to live here. And the authentic North Beach can still be found in the neighborhood haunts: Tosca Cafe, a bar that favors opera lovers; Caffe Trieste, the best place to get an espresso; and City Lights, the famed independent bookstore and publisher of Alan Ginsberg's “Howl.” And for those who seek it out, there's plenty of authentic Italian dining and delis, a heritage of the wave of immigrants who arrived here from Liguria, Turin, and Lombardy in the 1920s and ‘30s.

As for the beach, that's long gone. Once the waters of the bay lapped up against Taylor and Francisco Street, but today, that waterfront has long since been replaced by a 19th century landfill.

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