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NO EXPENSE spared in this extensively renovated condominium at The Clay Jones atop Nob Hill, delivering 180-degree cinematic views of the San Francisco Bay, Coit Tower, Downtown, and the East and South Bays. Stylishly modernized to respect its Art Deco heritage, the apartment features an open layout to expand views and conversation in all directions.
A magazine-caliber kitchen reveals full-slab counters, premium appliances, and extensive storage. The dining area has dual exposures. Bespoke maple cabinetry housing a flatscreen and wine storage highlight the living room. Bedrooms include specialty wallpapers & expanded closets. And the views: dazzling by day, and electric at night!
Premium infrastructure includes newly installed windows with power shades, sophisticated lighting, spectacular designer bathroom tile installations, and in-home laundry. This meticulous renovation was a partnership of Eccles Interior Design, Michael Tauber Architecture, and Black Mountain Construction.
Built in 1927 to the designs of society architect Albert Larsen, The Clay Jones was San Francisco’s first Art Deco skyscraper and remains one of Nob Hill’s most highly regarded doorman buildings.
Nob Hill has long been associated with prestige and remains one of the city’s most sophisticated addresses.