Richard Bastoni & Jeffrey Wahl Present:
RUSSIAN HILL VIEW CONDOMINIUM AT THE SUMMIT - $1,395,000
This northwest corner condominium has dramatic panoramic views of Alcatraz and the North Bay.
- Two Bedrooms
- 2 Baths
- Spacious Living and dining Areas
- One Parking Space
- Additional Storage Locker
- 24 Hour Doormen Service
- Professional Management
The entry leads to spacious Living and Dining Areas with a adjacent kitchen that ideal for entertaining.
There are terraces off the living area and the two bedrooms.
The Master Suite includes a bath and large walk-in closet.
A second Bedroom and Bath complete this unit.
NOTE: The current monthly HOA dues are $1,145.00 and include radiant heat, water, garbage, building
insurance, extended basic cable, Reserve Account, 24 hour Doormen service, building maintenance and
professional managerial service.
NOTE: Escrow has been opened with Kevin Thompson at Chicago Title Company
NOTE: Parking Space #P70
Storage Locker #S41
Russian Hill is so-named for the 1800s discovery of Russian tombstones, thought to be the final resting place of fur traders from a Russian fort north of San Francisco. It is home to Lombard Street, "the crookedest street in the world," and in fact has several extremely picturesque staircase streets (parts of Vallejo and Green Streets, for example). The views extend from the Bay Bridge to the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County. Alice Marble and Ina Coolbrith parks offer a serene spot to idle and enjoy the vistas. The Art Institute on Chestnut Street houses one of several controversial Diego Rivera murals in San Francisco. The Institute is in the Spanish Colonial style and dates back to 1926. The famed "Tales of the City" series by Armistead Maupin were inspired by Macondry Lane on Russian Hill. Area residences are some of the most interesting around and many offer amazing panoramas. Russian Hill is also home to many restaurants and great shopping opportunities.