1 BR + Den, 1 BA San Francisco Condo for Sale
1 BR + Den
Quintessential San Francisco views sweep from the Transamerica Pyramid to the downtown skyline from this sophisticated Barbary Coast residence. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows open to a view terrace.
Located in the historic Jackson Square neighborhood, 733 Front #606 has a one-of-a kind 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom floor plan with a large dedicated flexible space that can be used as an office, guest space, or nursery. A gorgeous chef’s kitchen offers Thermador and Bosch appliances, Caesarstone counters, and Schuller cabinetry. The 5-fixture bathroom features dual vanities, a shower over a tub, Ann Sacks tile, and generous proportions.
Designer upgrades include dark stained hardwood floors; custom drapery and blinds; and designer paint and lighting. Complete with 1-car parking, in-unit laundry, large custom closets, and additional storage, this is the ultimate city residence or pied-a-terre.
Completed by Heller Manus Architects of The Infinity and 555 Mission fame in 2007, 733 Front is one of just a handful of residential developments along the Jackson Square and Financial District/Barbary Coast districts of San Francisco. Once home to a paper mill, this sophisticated seven-story boutique condo conversion development is home to 69 luxury condo homes located in the heart of one of San Francisco’s most exclusive and vibrant neighborhoods. As of the very few residential developments in the area, 733 Front presents a very rare opportunity to enjoy a storied San Francisco neighborhood with all the modern conveniences.
733 Front building amenities include a famed sky deck and a newly remodeled indoor lounge area with dramatic postcard San Francisco views extending from the Transamerica Building to the Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, and Coit Tower. Other amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a landscaped courtyard, on-site property management, and a doorperson during business hours. 733 Front puts residents across the street from Sidney Walton Park and close to downtown and the Ferry Building and its famed farmers market.