1310 Greenwich #202 San Francisco
Listed at $1,195,000
Square Feet: 954
Russian Alice | Marble Palace
Perched in the heart of iconic Russian Hill stands a timeless and impressive boutique building known as 1310-1314 Greenwich. Beautifully designed inside and out, visitors are immediately greeted by the beaytu of the building facades and a Grand Lobby, with feature staircase and elevator ascending to the upper floors.
Sophisticated elegance sets the stage for Residence 202, a south-facing home offering two bedrooms and one bathroom, plus ample space to entertain, work from home, and unwind. Entering inside into the hallway, one is met with the simplicity of white walls with beautiful custom moldings throughout and newly refinished hardwood floors. The large and spacious formal living room with bay windows and a marble-framed fireplace anchor the home in elegance and comfort. The dining room, with its garden views, creates a casualness for home entertaining and flows into the gourmet kitchen, resplendent with Carrara marble counters, stainless-steel appliances, and ample storage, which includes a walk-through pantry large enough for a future laundry room. Situated at the rear of the home is the serene and spacious main bedroom, offering a walk-in closet and massive windows peeking out to the foliage of trees, while the second bedroom offers southern exposure through bay windows and an additional walk-in closet. Newly re-finished, the spa-like bathroom offers marble tiling and sumptuous accessories fit for a palace.
Located in San Francisco's coveted Russian Hill neighborhood, proximity to the cafes, restaurants and shops of Upper Polk Street are but a stroll away. The hustle and bustle of Union and Chestnut Street retail are also a short walk downhill, while links to transit, tech shuttle buses, the Marina Green and the Golden Gate Bridge are also all within a few minutes ride away.
- Formal Living Room
- Open Plan Dining Room
- Gourmet Chef's Kitchen
- Walk-Through Pantry (future laundry space).
- South/West Views
- Walnut-Stained Oak Hardwood Floors Throughout
- Period Details
- Granite Fireplace
- Carrara Marble Counters and Tiles
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Gas Range
- Custom Lighting
- Remodeled Bathroom
- Walk-in Closets with Built-Ins
- Oversized Storage Locker
- 954sf (per HOA records)
- HOA dues $592.88pm
- Built in 1924
- 6 Units
- Intercom System
- Free Communal Laundry
- 1310-1314 Greenwich Street
- HomWorks Property Services
- No litigation
- No anticipated Special Assessments
Named after one of San Francisco's 44 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills", Russian Hill is directly to the north from Nob Hill, to the south (uphill) from Fisherman's Wharf, and to the west of the North Beach neighborhood. The Hill is bordered on its west side by parts of the neighborhoods of Cow Hollow and the Marina District. At the northern foot of the hill is Ghirardelli Square, which sits on the waterfront of the San Francisco Bay, Aquatic Park, and Fisherman's Wharf, an iconic landmark area. A trip down the winding turns of Lombard Street and across Columbus Avenue to the east leads to the neighborhood of North Beach. Down the hill to the west, past Van Ness Avenue, are Cow Hollow and the Marina districts.
The neighborhood is most famous for Lombard Street, the one-way section on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, in which the roadway has eight sharp turns (or switchbacks) that have earned the street the distinction of being "the most crooked street in the world". The switchbacks design, first suggested by property owner Carl Henry and built in 1922, was intended to reduce the hill's natural 27 percent grade, which was too steep for most vehicles to climb. The famous and historic cable car line along Hyde Street, is lined with top San Francisco restaurants and shops.
Another park is named after Ina Coolbrith. Views from the top of the hill extend in several directions around the Bay Area, including the Bay Bridge, Marin County, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz. Russian Hill is home to the San Francisco Art Institute, located on Chestnut Street between Jones and Leavenworth Streets. Academy of Art University also maintains a presence in this neighborhood with their Chestnut St. building hosting their fine art MFA studios, photo classrooms, and photo studios.
Another famous feature of Russian Hill are the many pedestrian-only lanes such as Macondray Lane and Fallon Place, both with beautiful landscaping and arresting views. Alice Marble Tennis Courts are four hardcourt tennis courts located at Lombard and Hyde Streets. The courts offer a view of the bay and North Beach. A basketball court is located adjacent to the tennis courts. The San Francisco Cable Cars serving the Powell-Hyde line stops nearby.
Artist's Impression of the new Russian Hill Park - Opening Summer 2021
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