1150 Sacramento Street #202



A 1,789 square foot two bedroom, two-bathroom condominium with a dining area, gas fireplace, laundry closet and a deeded side-by-side parking space.

1150 Sacramento Street is a premier Nob Hill location and a highly sought after condominium address. It’s an elegant small boutique building with only 24 residences. Each apartment has a private elevator entrance. Amenities include 24-hour doorman, resident management, and guest parking.

Apartment #202 is on the building’s sunny southwest corner with views of Huntington Park and Grace Cathedral. In 2015 this unit was completely and tastefully renovated including all new kitchen, all new bathrooms, a lighting system, hardwood floors and window coverings. There is a gas burning fireplace and washer/dryer closet.

The monthly assessment of $2,496.19 includes 24-hour doormen, resident management, interior common area maintenance, exterior building maintenance, water, garbage, reserve fund contribution, common area insurance and guest parking.

About Nob Hill

Nob Hill is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, centered on the intersection of California Street and Powell Street. It is one of San Francisco’s 44 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills." Prior to the 1850s, Nob Hill was called California Hill (after California Street, which climbs its steep eastern face). It was renamed after the Central Pacific Railroad’s Big Four – called the Nobs – built mansions there.An affluent district, home to many of the city’s upper-class families as well as a large young urban professional population, and a growing Chinese immigrant population from Chinatown to the east.

 Nob is disparaging British slang abbreviation of "noble/nobility" referring to the monied, often titled upper-classes. The location is also derisively referred to as Snob Hill. The intersection of California and Powell streets is the location of two of its four well-known and most expensive hotels: the Fairmont Hotel, the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the Stanford Court. The Mark Hopkins Hotel and the Huntington Hotel are located one block away at Mason & California.

The hotels were named for three of The Big Four, four entrepreneurs of the construction of the Central Pacific RailroadLeland StanfordMark Hopkins & Collis P. Huntington. The fourth, Charles Crocker has a garage named after him in the neighborhood. The Fairmont is also named for a San Francisco tycoon, James G. Fair.Opposite the Fairmont Hotel and Pacific Union Club is Grace Cathedral, one of the city’s largest houses of worship. The state Masonic Temple is also located across from the church.

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GPK Luxury Real Estate

CalBRE# 01396790

Stephen Patton
BRE #00639772


Stephen Gomez
BRE #00683992

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