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Downtown San Francisco perspectives frame every room of the residence. The formal entry transitions to a livable open floor plan, a gracious entertaining space perfectly poised for intimate gatherings at home. A well-appointed gourmet kitchen and living and dining room combination comprise the main living areas, while a spacious half bath complete the first floor of the home. The master bedroom and ensuite bathroom, and second bed and bath offer restful private personal accommodations on the second floor. Handsome hardwood floors move throughout, with sleek bath tile, and natural stone countertops converging to emanate an atmosphere of quality throughout.
Now known as The Royal, this treasured landmark was originally designed as an 11-story commercial building. Conceptualized by Heller Manus Architects, the building has been thoughtfully transformed into a 12-story residential building housing 46 luxury condominiums. The historical faade, entryway, lobby and stairway were all restored to their original magnificence, with the European marble and stone details of the interior common areas carefully conserved to retain the historic integrity of the building. A hallmark Financial District presence, The Royal was first known as the Royal Globe Insurance Building. Presently, the building is respectfully referred to as San Francisco Historic Landmark #160.
Completed in 1909, this one of a kind residence also holds the distinction of being the first fully fire resistant building constructed after the 1906 earthquake. Many of the building's original details were preserved with great appreciation for their original grandeur, while modern elements including additional storage and a common rooftop deck boasting stunning Downtown views were added to further enhance the building.
A rare opportunity to enjoy a taste of historic City living balanced with the contemporary appeal of a newly renovated residence, this special property is perfectly poised as a launchpad for a blissful San Francisco Summer.
Available June 1, 2015 - August 31, 2015. Fully furnished. Owner pays all utilities up to $200 for PG&E + Internet, TV, Water, Garbage and Sewer.
- Built in 1909
- Views: 8,225 all time views
- Cooling: Other
- Heating: Forced air
- Pets: No
- Laundry: In Unit
- Parking: Garage - Attached, 1 space
- Last sold: Dec 2010 for $417,000
- Controlled Access
- Double Pane/Storm Windows
- Flooring: Hardwood
- High Speed Internet Ready
- Vaulted Ceiling
- View: City, Mountain, Park, Territorial, Water
- Granite countertop, Living room, Stainless steel appliances, Vintage
- Garbage disposal
- Range / Oven
- Dining room
- Master bath
- Exterior material: Brick, Cement concrete, Metal, Stone, Stucco, Vinyl
- Roof type: Built up
- Structure type: Loft
- Floor size: 1,350 sqft
- Heating: Electric
- Zillow Home ID: 2131481545
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