Virtual staging has been used for the first five photos to give an idea how the penthouse will look using a more contemporary style. Built in 1914 in the Haussmann style by renowned architect Houghton Sawyer, the blush-hued Beaux-Arts 1001 California Street construction is considered one of San Francisco's iconic buildings. The building has recently completed an extensive $10MM+,3-year (2016-2018) exterior water-proofing program from roof to decks, glass doors, balcony wrought iron railings and facade restoration. Unit 7 is the highest full floor residence in the building, showcasing a grand Living Room featuring high ceilings and a skylight of stunning curved stained glass. An adjacent paneled Library/Family Room, is separated from an Office, which can be an occasional 3rd Bedroom, by convenient pocket doors. An elegant Dining Room with a wall-sized antique French china cabinet, an opulent Powder Room, a chef's Kitchen highlighted by an oversized copper hood and two generously appointed Bedroom Suites complete the Residence. Two walk-out Terraces offer stunning views of Nob Hill's most famous Landmarks and SF Bay.
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