Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Astonishing opportunity to own at one of San Francisco’s most sought-after addresses: Beaux-Arts architectural masterpiece, 1001 California.
Designed in 2013 by Butler-Armsden Architects in the space that previously housed Restaurant Alexis, the approximately 3,465sqft Townhouse 2 is a study in intelligent design that juxtaposes sophisticated, contemporary lines with the classical, Beaux-Arts architecture that defines the circa 1914 building.
Situated across two levels connected by a commanding glass and french oak staircase, three bedrooms, a living/dining/kitchen great room, media room, library, and wine room boast voluminous proportions equally suited to daily living and large-scale entertaining. At center, a dramatic, double-height atrium & skylight pours natural light into the interiors, illuminating rooms where 10-ft ceilings, gallery walls, and exquisite finishes create the ideal setting for art and furniture collections. The clever layout privately positions two bedrooms on the upper level with one generous suite and an additional powder room on the lower level.
A portrait of classic San Francisco living – overlooking the iconic architecture of the Fairmont Hotel and Pacific Union Club – the blush-hued 1001 California has long commanded the list of the City’s finest residential buildings. Built in 1914, the Beaux Arts-style building boasts a pedigree of past residents and a reputation for world-class management – including 24/7 doorstaff. The premier Nob Hill location offers close proximity to Huntington Park, Union Square, and the Financial District.
Priced to sell at $3,450,000 - a $2,000,000 reduction from the original list price.
Monthly HOA dues of $6,233 include utilities of water, garbage, grounds maintenance, door person, homeowners insurance, outside management.