1450 Greenwich st #401
San Francisco CA 94109
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Russian Hill Flat at The Redstone
Perched on a fourth floor corner of a boutique Russian Hill building, this spacious, one bedroom home glows with early 20th century period detail. Bordered hardwood floors, high ceilings, generous multi-light windows and original built-in cabinets with mirror or bead board showcase exquisite craftsmanship.
Light and airy, the layout flows from living to dining room and out French doors onto a small private balcony. A generously sized bedroom, tiled deco-style bathroom, and makeup vanity can be closed off from the rest of the flat’s public spaces by a dividing door. The home offers plenty of storage space with multiple walk-in closets. Additional service-level storage is available, as well as parking and onsite laundry.
Two elevators service the 24-unit condominium, designed in the Spanish Mediterranean style and featuring an opulent tiled lobby and rooftop deck with incredible views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate. “The Redstone” is one of several structures by local architect Henry Clay Smith that crowned him “The Hillside Architect.” Known for designing industrialist Milton Ray’s stunning multi-million dollar mansion in Pacific Heights, Smith allowed Arts and Crafts sensibilities to inform much of his work. The building’s visually arresting terracotta red façade is nearly unique in San Francisco, one of only two buildings that retain that era's style.
Shown by appointment only, contact Matthew - (714) 801-4415 /
* 1450 Greenwich Street #401 is available for private tours under COVID-19 guidelines now.