2 Beds
2 Baths
1,309 SqFt
Acre Lot
Sqft Lot
col Listing Agent BRE# 900093
Status Active
Property Type Condominium
Price Type
Year Built 2008
Days on Website 29

Property Map

$1,895,000 – 425 1st Street Unit 1602, San Francisco, CA 94105

Street View

Courtesy of Matthew W. Finley, Compass.


Rarely Available. Last sale of this desirable floor plan was last year. This 2 bedroom 2 bath home has mesmerizing water views by day and dazzling city and bay bridge views at night. This is a full service luxury building at One Rincon Hill. Don’t miss this one. Generous 2-bed 2-bath split floor plan, hardwood floors, designer drapes installed, chef’s kitchen with beautiful views of the bay finished with Italian cabinetry, granite countertops, Bosch appliances and a stainless Subzero Refrigerator. Spacious master suite with walk-in closet, luxury bath w/ separate shower-tub and dual-vanities, and a spectacular South Beach Marina view. Enjoy full service valet parking, concierge, fitness center, hospitality room, outdoor pool deck, BBQ area, and reflection pool. Amenities include access to The Harrison, Uncle Harry’s Penthouse lounge. Located near Spear St/ Google, Facebook, LinkedIn SF headquarter offices + the Transbay Terminal & SF Moma, ALL within a 6-10 minute walk.

Property Details and Features


  • Bay
  • Property subtype 1: Condominium
  • City Lights
  • Water
  • Bay Bridge
  • San Francisco
  • Ocean


  • Source: San Francisco


  • 2 bathrooms


  • 2 bedrooms


  • 1,309 square feet
  • 4 total rooms
  • Built in 2008
  • Contemporary
  • Art Deco


  • Partial Carpet
  • Partial Hardwood

Family Room

  • View

Home Owner’s Association

  • Dues: $1,189


  • Hood Over Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Ice Maker
  • Freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave


  • Area: South Beach
  • County: San Francisco
  • Floor number: 16

Living Room

  • View


  • 1 parking space

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