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1317 Hyde Street #1

Nob Hill Gem

Located in San Francisco

Stunning architecture and a meticulous renovation honoring the integrity of early 20th Century Edwardians make this Nob Hill one bedroom, one bath condominium a sophisticated, modern gem.

Key Features

  • First floor unit in impeccably maintained Edwardian building built by renowned architect E.H. Denke.
  • Greeted by a handsome lobby of rich board and batten wainscoting with a painted floral motif above it.
  • Architectural details includes picture frame molding; white board and batten wainscoting, coved ceilings, refinished oak hardwood floors, crown molding, vintage door hardware.
  • Remodeled eat-in kitchen w/ solid maple shaker-style custom cabinets in white, Swedish granite, garden window for herbs, pantry, Miele gas cooktop, Creda electric convection/conventional oven, miele dishwasher.
  • Master bedroom w/large custom closet, roman shades, hardwood floors and vintage pocket door that opens to living room.
  • Beautiful white beam ceiling in living room.
  • Office off kitchen features built-in desk and custom cabinetry.
  • Unwind in the shared garden while taking in views of the Bay and Marin County surrounded by daffodils, pruned hedges and trees, including a lemon tree.
  • Rooms insulated with sound-dampening insulation and drywall.
  • Multiple closets w/ storage systems in addition to deep storage room in building.
  • In-unit laundry with built-in cabinet for hamper.
  • Upgraded plumbing and electrical.
  • Just a few blocks to Whole Foods, Polk Street, Huntington Park, the Fairmont hotel and more.

Entirely remodeled with a painstaking attention to historic detail, the residence features beamed ceilings, crown molding, vintage hardware, refinished oak hardwood floors, updated wood windows and more. Enjoy a large, bright living room with period board and batten wainscoting. Open up a wall-length restored pocket door to the master bedroom to create more space for a large gathering or keep it closed for intimate gatherings or privacy.

The remodeled eat-in kitchen offers a warm, modern space to prepare a gourmet meal. White custom shaker-style maple cabinets, Swedish granite, a Miele gas cooktop, a Creda electric convection/convention oven and a Miele dishwasher provide a sophisticated place to cook.  Just off the kitchen is a bright and serene spot to work at a built-in desk under large picture windows with an adjacent stacked Miele washer and dryer and built-in clothes hamper.

The fully reimagined and modernized bathroom includes Hans Grohe fixtures, a magnificent glass barn door into the shower, shimmering mosaic-style tile, a frosted glass window and large format tile with a linen-texture.

Sip coffee at dawn or cocktails at dusk in the shared garden surrounded by a lemon tree, bouganvilla, daffodils and views of the Bay and Marin County beyond. Walk to Polk Street where you’ll find a vibrant range of shops and restaurants ranging from New York style pizza at Gioia to high-brow dining at La Folie, fitness options like Pelo Fitness, Crunch and Burn Pilates, and lots of locally owned boutiques. The home is central to parks, like Huntington and Lafayette, Whole Foods and Trader Joes, major MUNI and cable car lines,  and Van Ness and Broadway are close so you can be downtown in minutes. This home provides a unique blend of modern and vintage in a location that offers a fantastic San Francisco address.

About the Neighborhood

Swanky hotels, mansions dating back to the days of railroad barons and the Gothic-style Grace Cathedral make Nob Hill one of the city’s most historically interesting neighborhoods. Perched atop downtown San Francisco, it rises up steep hills to Grace Cathedral and Huntington Park and offers stunning views and easy access to Chinatown, Downtown and North Beach. Its streets are lined with restaurants and cool bars such as the Bel Campo Meat Co., The Big Four, the Top of the Mark and Seven Hills. Corner stores with fresh produce, dog walking and doormen are still a thing here, infusing this neighborhood with charm and a link to S.F.’s past.

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Printable Files

Status: Sold
1 Bed  |  1 Bath
Sold: $850,000
List: $749,000
745 Sq. Ft.
Per Floor Plan
Built in 1909
Parking: Leased parking at Jackson and Polk ($325/mo)
Represented: seller

Floorplans

Nob Hill Gem

Located in San Francisco

Stunning architecture and a meticulous renovation honoring the integrity of early 20th Century Edwardians make this Nob Hill one bedroom, one bath condominium a sophisticated, modern gem.

Key Features

  • First floor unit in impeccably maintained Edwardian building built by renowned architect E.H. Denke.
  • Greeted by a handsome lobby of rich board and batten wainscoting with a painted floral motif above it.
  • Architectural details includes picture frame molding; white board and batten wainscoting, coved ceilings, refinished oak hardwood floors, crown molding, vintage door hardware.
  • Remodeled eat-in kitchen w/ solid maple shaker-style custom cabinets in white, Swedish granite, garden window for herbs, pantry, Miele gas cooktop, Creda electric convection/conventional oven, miele dishwasher.
  • Master bedroom w/large custom closet, roman shades, hardwood floors and vintage pocket door that opens to living room.
  • Beautiful white beam ceiling in living room.
  • Office off kitchen features built-in desk and custom cabinetry.
  • Unwind in the shared garden while taking in views of the Bay and Marin County surrounded by daffodils, pruned hedges and trees, including a lemon tree.
  • Rooms insulated with sound-dampening insulation and drywall.
  • Multiple closets w/ storage systems in addition to deep storage room in building.
  • In-unit laundry with built-in cabinet for hamper.
  • Upgraded plumbing and electrical.
  • Just a few blocks to Whole Foods, Polk Street, Huntington Park, the Fairmont hotel and more.

Entirely remodeled with a painstaking attention to historic detail, the residence features beamed ceilings, crown molding, vintage hardware, refinished oak hardwood floors, updated wood windows and more. Enjoy a large, bright living room with period board and batten wainscoting. Open up a wall-length restored pocket door to the master bedroom to create more space for a large gathering or keep it closed for intimate gatherings or privacy.

The remodeled eat-in kitchen offers a warm, modern space to prepare a gourmet meal. White custom shaker-style maple cabinets, Swedish granite, a Miele gas cooktop, a Creda electric convection/convention oven and a Miele dishwasher provide a sophisticated place to cook.  Just off the kitchen is a bright and serene spot to work at a built-in desk under large picture windows with an adjacent stacked Miele washer and dryer and built-in clothes hamper.

The fully reimagined and modernized bathroom includes Hans Grohe fixtures, a magnificent glass barn door into the shower, shimmering mosaic-style tile, a frosted glass window and large format tile with a linen-texture.

Sip coffee at dawn or cocktails at dusk in the shared garden surrounded by a lemon tree, bouganvilla, daffodils and views of the Bay and Marin County beyond. Walk to Polk Street where you’ll find a vibrant range of shops and restaurants ranging from New York style pizza at Gioia to high-brow dining at La Folie, fitness options like Pelo Fitness, Crunch and Burn Pilates, and lots of locally owned boutiques. The home is central to parks, like Huntington and Lafayette, Whole Foods and Trader Joes, major MUNI and cable car lines,  and Van Ness and Broadway are close so you can be downtown in minutes. This home provides a unique blend of modern and vintage in a location that offers a fantastic San Francisco address.

About the Neighborhood

Swanky hotels, mansions dating back to the days of railroad barons and the Gothic-style Grace Cathedral make Nob Hill one of the city’s most historically interesting neighborhoods. Perched atop downtown San Francisco, it rises up steep hills to Grace Cathedral and Huntington Park and offers stunning views and easy access to Chinatown, Downtown and North Beach. Its streets are lined with restaurants and cool bars such as the Bel Campo Meat Co., The Big Four, the Top of the Mark and Seven Hills. Corner stores with fresh produce, dog walking and doormen are still a thing here, infusing this neighborhood with charm and a link to S.F.’s past.

Read More
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