631 O'Farrell Street #816
Sophisticated Corner View Condo
631 O’Farrell Street, #816
$575,000 | JR 1BR 1BA
Enjoy the high life in this extensively renovated corner view condo at the coveted Hamilton Building, a full service architectural treasure. This glamorous bright home has an alcove bed area, living-dining area, remodeled kitchen and full bathroom. Gaze at the panoramic views to San Francisco bay, southern vistas, Sutro Tower, and lovely city lights at night.
Highlights of this home include stylish dark wood floors, gorgeous remodeled kitchen with quartz counters, Bosch & Fisher Paykel stainless steel appliances, high quality cabinetry, newer light fixtures, and classic Art Deco archways. The bathroom has Italian marble tile on the wall, stylish flooring and is connected by a spacious walk-in closet customized by California Closets. Rare corner unit has 2 sides of large windows that bring in light throughout the day.
Truly captivating, the award-winning Hamilton Building evokes the Art Deco age with its grand lobby, gorgeous chandeliers, graceful palms, grand piano, lounge, and fireplace. Amenities: 16th floor roof patio, new fitness center on 2nd floor, community room & beautiful fountain patio on main floor, laundry room, bike storage.
HOA fee of $649.90 per month includes all utilities, newly renovated gym, 24-hour security doorperson, homeowners insurance, common area maintenance, building management services, garbage and water.
The Hamilton Building was built in 1930, designed by Albert H. Larsen in its distinctive style. The well run homeowners association meticulously maintains the building and all its features. Lobby chandeliers won a national American Institute of Architects (AIA) award. Leased garage parking in building is assigned from a waiting list; nearby garage parking available for lease. Pre-escrow with Fidelity National Title, Michael Gaffney, 415-345-5012.
The Tenderloin is a small and densely-populated neighborhood near San Francisco's downtown, rich in history and diversity. This district is thriving as an exciting and diverse slice of San Francisco life. There are gems to be found as this neighborhood comes into its own. Theaters, parks, ethnic restaurants, street festivals and Glide Memorial Church all call the Tenderloin their home.
One of the most pedestrian friendly neighborhoods, you can walk to Union Square, Civic Center and the Financial District, and public transportation is comprehensive. Hotels from the early Twentieth Century are well preserved, some as boutique tourist hotels and others transformed into residential housing. It is home to many artists and writers as well as other professionals.