• $1,250,000
  • Type:
  • Beds : 1
  • Baths : 1
  • Posted On: Oct 04, 2017

December 3rd | 2PM - 4PM

Offers accepted on Dec. 6th


- The largest 1 Bedroom Floor Plan in the Building
- Designer Finishes:

• Private, End Unit with L-Shape floor plan
• Square Feet: 1189
• Recessed Lighting with Lutron Dimmers
• Over Sized Kitchen with Red Lacquer Cabinets
• Bosch Washer/Dryer in unit
• Custom Paint, Window Coverings and Carpet in bedroom. Wood Flooring in main living space.
• Optimized Closets throughout-Deeded On-Site Parking

- Abundant Closet Space
- On Site Lobby Attendant M-F (8:30AM-5:30PM)
- Secure Package Room
- Fitness Center
- Amazing Sky Lounge offering dramatic views of the Bay, Bay Bridge, Ferry Building Tower, Coit Tower, TransAmerica Pyramid, Sydney Walton Park, Financial District Skyline, Nob Hill and Treasure Island and beyond
- A short walk to: Kokkari Restaurant, The Battery, Cotogna, Quince, SF Ferry Building and much more

Showings by Appointment: Contact Jane Hopkins @415.307.4300 or JaneHopkinsRealEstate@gmail.com

Jackson Square Neighborhood
Jackson Square is one of those secret neighborhoods you only learn about after you've been in San Francisco for a while. One of the City's oldest districts, amid tree-lined streets and buildings of brick and wrought iron, it was for many years best known for its unusual collection of antique stores and design studios. Over time, restaurants and retail boutiques have opened in the ground floors of the neighborhood's classic brick building and it has become a chic walking, dining and shopping district.

733 Front also lies in a neighborhood where you can get real things done. The lush and green Sydney Walton Park is just across the street, and a large grocery store as well as several smaller markets is only blocks away, along with a dry cleaners, pharmacy and number of health clubs. The Embarcadero Center is also close by, with still more shops and restaurants along with a world-class cinema and comedy club.  733 Front Street is also steps away from The Battery, the vibrant North Beach District, the charms of Telegraph Hill and the epicurean delights of San Francisco's Ferry Building, which features purveyors of fine cheeses, wines, breads and gourmet foods. Just two blocks east gives you access to every mass transit option in the city, including rail, buses, ferries, cable cars and easy freeway access to the Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. With a Walk Score of: 100, walking to work or entertainment is not just plausible, but pleasurable.