1 Bed
1 Bath
955 SqFt
0.38 Acre Lot
16,556 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Condominium
Price Type
Year Built 2020
Days on Website 167

Property Map

$1,259,000 – 1515 Union Street Unit 5e, San Francisco, CA 94123

Street View

Courtesy of Leslie Bauer, City Real Estate.


Fabulous new price! LAST CHANCE to purchase this stunning 1-BR/1-BA residence at Union House. Seller to pay 1 year of HOA dues. Rental parking nearby for $500 a month. The first resale in the building, this Superb modern style residence has clean lines, an expansive living space & fine finishes. European wide-plank oak flooring, high ceilings & oversized picture frame windows create a warm & inspirational environment for living, working, & entertaining. The flexible open LR/DR looks out to the neighborhood, & seamlessly flows into a sleek open kitchen, showcasing designer cabinetry, gorgeous marble countertops, and a large island. The serene bedroom has a window with views of distant trees, and a walk-in closet. The luxurious bathroom has floor to ceiling marble tile & a fabulous glass enclosed shower. Comes with washer/dryer hookups in closet, and an extra storage space. Located at the convergence of Pac Heights,Cow Hollow & the Marina. Building amenities include a stylish lobby w/ a sitting area, door attendant, landscaped rooftop view deck w/outdoor seating & BBQ, & bike parking.Close to shops & restaurants on Union & Polk St.Easy access to transportation. Property has been virtually staged.

Property Details and Features


  • Source: San Francisco


  • 1 bathroom


  • 1 bedroom


  • 955 square feet
  • Built in 2020
  • 4 total rooms
  • Modern/High Tech
  • Luxury
  • Mid-Rise (4-8)

Home Owner’s Association

  • Dues: $1,153


  • Area: SF District 7
  • County: San Francisco


  • 16,556 square feet


  • Property subtype 1: Condominium

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