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    Russian Hill
    1080 Chestnut St Ph
    San Francisco, California, 94109
    United States

    Russian Hill
    1080 Chestnut St Ph
    San Francisco, California, 94109 United States

    • Gregg Lynn
    • Gregg Lynn
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    The Penthouse at 1080 Chestnut is distinguished by soaring ceilings and grand entertaining rooms complemented by majestic, oversized windows commanding 360-degree views of nearly every San Francisco l
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    A corner family room showcasing eastern views and direct access to the north-facing terrace

    Russian Hill Penthouse

    'Architecture exists, like cinema, in the dimension of time and movement.'
    —Jean Nouvel

    Offered for the first time in 50 years, the 5,445± sq.ft. Penthouse at 1080 Chestnut is distinguished by soaring ceilings and grand entertaining rooms complemented by majestic, oversized windows commanding 360-degree views of nearly every San Francisco landmark.

    The inspiring layout features elegantly proportioned entertaining rooms to showcase views spanning from the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge to the Financial Center. Positioned northernmost to offer truly sensational vistas, the corner living room and library with fireplaces are adjoined by a central wet bar and wine room. Eleven-foot glass panels slide open to the panoramic view terrace – one of six outdoor spaces of 915± sq.ft. surrounding the Penthouse.

    A remarkable, 19-foot high glass oculus -- one of eight skylights -- commands the center-point of the entertaining areas. An adjacent eastern-facing loggia presents an outdoor living room set against sweeping views. The large, Golden Gate-facing kitchen includes a breakfast area banquette, pantry, ample counterspace, substantial storage and a laundry area.

    The grand corridor travels to private bedroom wings. The marvelous master is comprised of large bedroom with fireplace, generous light imbued from north & south view terraces, skylights, dual baths and dressing areas. On the opposite side of the penthouse, the guest wing reveals two en-suite bedrooms: one with a Bay view terrace and the other with a south-facing solarium. A fourth en-suite guest bedroom features eastern views.

    Commandingly sited on one of Russian Hill’s most desirable flat blocks above the emerging, five-acre Francisco Park, 1080 Chestnut is a boutique co-operative building offering around-the-clock door-staff and a live-in co-op residential manager to deliver an exceptional, full-service living experience. Amenities include three-car parking as well as a keyed elevator to the penthouse, ensuring privacy and security.
    Designed for family gatherings, major event entertaining or intimate city living, the penthouse at 1080 Chestnut is an unparalleled offering.


    Please take the 3D Virtual Reality Tour for first showings. Contact our team for other virtual showing options.

     
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    An eastern-facing loggia presents an outdoor living room set against sweeping views

    Amenities & Features

    • Listing Details
      • Property ID
        23QVSH
      • MLS#
        491617
      • Property type
        Co-op Properties
      • Marketed By
        Sotheby's International Realty - San Francisco Brokerage
      • Status
        Available
      • Listing Price
        $14,900,000
      • County
        San Francisco County
      • School District
        San Francisco Unified
    • Utilities & Building
      • Financial
        cc: $1,454
    • Interior
      • Amenities
        Balcony, Doorman, Guest House, Library, Security System, Hardwood Flooring, Terrace / Outdoor Space, Wine Cellar / Grotto, Washer Included, Dryer Included, 3 Fireplaces
      • Full Bathrooms
        5
      • Partial Bathrooms
        1
      • Bedrooms
        4
    • Additional Features
      • Features
        Mountain Views, Water View, Bay View, Ocean View

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