1635 California at 1635 California Street

1635 California is a 36-unit condominium complex located in San Francisco's prestigious Nob Hill neighborhood.  With its address in one of the city's signature neighborhoods and the California Line of the iconic San Francisco Cable Cars literally right outside the front door, 1635 California embodies the essence of the San Francisco lifestyle.

Completed in 2005 as a new ground-up project, the condominium building at 1635 California Street is sleek and modern with condos ranging from a comfortable 980 square feet to slightly larger units that are just over 1000 square feet.  All condos in 1635 California have large, floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood flooring, and cozy gas fireplaces.  Kitchens are state of the art with custom cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances.  Residents share a common interior atrium and rooftop deck, and some units have a private balcony.  Amenities include elevator access to the upper floors, deeded parking, and individual storage space.

Loft-style condos for sale at 1635 California St, San Francisco

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1635 California Street is in the midst a busy commercial area full of restaurants and shops and has a walkability score of 98 out of 100 possible points, which helps keep life simple and convenient.  Those who must commute, however, will be happy to know that public transportation is just steps away and Van Ness Avenue, which serves as Route 101 as it makes its way through the city, is around the corner.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Real Estate Team for more information about 1635 California at 1635 California Street or to learn more about San Francisco lofts for sale.

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