Perched high on the coveted eastern slope of Telegraph Hill adjacent to the Filbert Steps, sits the famous Malloch Building, a spectacular Streamline Moderne architectural masterpiece designed in 1937 by architect Irvine Goldstine.
San Francisco Bay view, dramatic by day and city view brilliantly lit at night. Enter this stylish 1930's apartment, evocative of another era with an elegantly lit rotunda.
Unique and exceptionally large indoor/outdoor living areas creating an ideal California lifestyle. The Terrace expands the living room which features rows of windows providing northern and eastern exposures, beautifully accented by two walls of wood bookcases and a stately, streamline decorative fireplace. Dark hardwood floors and crisp interior architecture reflect abundant, natural light.
Facing the San Francisco Bay, a wall of sliding glass dissolves boundaries between indoor and outdoor. Just outside, an expansive, wrap-around Terrace showcases iconic views of the San Francisco Bay, the Bay Bridge, Treasure Island and the East Bay Hills, as well as Coit Tower, the Filbert Steps and the neighborhood Telegraph Hill and its most celebrated denizens—the Green Parrots.
Adjacent to the living room is a circular view dining room: open the windows to experience the charm of the neighborhood and Filbert Steps. A movable bar opens to access a windowed kitchen which features top line appliances, ample storage and large countertop areas. Thoughtful lighting creates a warm environment at any time of day or night.
The western wing of the Apartment leads to the bedroom and bath. The bedroom features large windows with views of Coit Tower, the Filbert Steps, the gardens of the Hill, embedded cabinetry, two closets and a spectacular circular dressing room. The adjacent bath is lit by a northern window providing neighborhood views.
One Car Parking included.
Utilities include Heat, Water and Gas Annual: $5,400 Per Month
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