Nob Hill, like many other San Francisco neighborhoods, is defined by the city’s topography. Climb to the top of the steep hill, and you are rewarded with elegantly constructed buildings – mostly glamorous old hotels – as well as views that can stretch as far as The Bay to the north, and the Embarcadero waterfront to the east. Big 4 Restaurant and Swan Oyster Depot are two of the more famous eateries in the area, and comprise just a small swath of Nob Hill’s buzzing café, dining, and nightlife scene.
Considered one of the most luxurious Nob Hill buildings, 1100 Sacramento’s architecture and design live up to the designation. The beautiful lobby, with intricately painted vaulted ceilings and hanging chandeliers, is almost reminiscent of European cathedrals. Outside, the three top floors added in 1929 are outfitted in modern molding, and appear in shape and stature as a crown, or other adorning jewelry. 1100 Sacramento also features a 24-hour doorman.
The units (anywhere from 2,000 square feet in size to 4,400 square foot penthouses) maintain the spacious design of high ceilings as well, and present sweeping views of San Francisco and the bay, and of points as far away as the Marin Headlands. Open floor plans and oversized windows ensure the units of 1100 Sacramento are warm, light-filled spaces. Walnut floors and quartz countertops are only some of the features that help radiate the sunlight, and create a modern home that feels at place in the historical neighborhood.
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- Address: 1100 Sacramento Street
- Neighborhood: Nob Hill
- Phone Number: 415-813-5083
- Parking: No
- Number of Units: 33
- Number of Floors: 11
- Year Built: 1,924