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Don't miss this top-floor Russian Hill beauty
Bright and beautiful, this top-floor Russian Hill two-level condominium offers house-like living in one of the world’s most iconic locations. With natural light streaming in from the unit’s south and west-facing windows, this 4-bedroom, 2-bath home includes 1-car garage parking, in-unit laundry, abundant storage space and lovely period details such as beam ceilings and wood floors. The first level offers a welcoming foyer, spacious formal living and dining rooms, a remodeled kitchen with breakfast nook, a large bedroom, office, full bath and multiple closets. Upstairs is a generous primary bedroom, two additional bedrooms, full bath and access to a small private deck with Bay views. Other highlights include expansive City outlooks and peek-a-boo views of the Golden Gate Bridge. This boutique 5-unit 1907 building offers the charm of a quiet residential neighborhood, but with easy access to the great shops and restaurants along Polk and Hyde Streets, North Beach and the Bay!
Breathtaking views, palatial houses, and home to the world famous Crooked Street: the Russian Hill neighborhood is as unique as it is beautiful. Russian Hill homes feature an eclectic mix of architectural styles and influences. From Spanish Colonial mansions to century-old row houses and everything in between, there is a home or townhome for every taste and sensibility.
Surrounded by some of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods (Pacific Heights and Marina to the west; Fisherman’s Wharf and North Beach to the north/east; and Nob Hill and Chinatown to the south), there is no shortage of fun activities and landmarks to explore when you live in Russian Hill.
Locals enjoy the hillside garden climbs, the exquisite tiny parks, and The First Swensen’s Ice Cream Store, the classic ice cream parlor found at the corner of Union and Hyde. There is a delicate European flair to many of the boutiques and restaurants found along the lush green streets of Jackson, Union, and Hyde.
Some of San Francisco's finest cuisine can be found here, including Micheline-rated Gary Danko just a short walk down the hill from 1900 Leavenworth. If shopping is on your list, don't miss the many delightful boutiques dotting Polk Street between Union and Broadway. Between the great food and great shopping, Russian Hill will never disappoint.
Nearby Fisherman’s Wharf is a popular place for both locals and tourists to spend their leisure time. A short walk from Russian Hill, many visitors like to start their day at Fisherman’s Wharf with a visit to the Maritime National Historical Park. Enjoy a walk through the museum followed by a history lesson aboard the various historic vessels located along Hyde Street Pier. After a day of sightseeing, take in the views at nearby Aquatic Park - a long stretch of sand looking out onto the Bay, Alcatraz Island and the hills of Marin. This stretch of San Francisco is home to one of the best 4th of July parties in the region, an event not to be missed.
Despite the hairpin turns scattered throughout the neighborhood, Russian Hill remains a very walkable urban landscape. The Financial District and Civic Center are about a thirty-minute walk, depending on which part of the neighborhood you’re in. There are also several Muni routes, including two cable car lines, that pass through the area which can get you just about anywhere.
Last but not least, this side of town enjoys an amazing amount of open space, including Fort Mason to the northwest, the iconic Washington Square to the east and the nearly-completed Francisco Park, scheduled to open this year. Take a stroll to the site - on Bay at Hyde - and watch this jewel come to life. More information can be found at https://franciscopark.org/.