2 Beds
2 Baths
Acre Lot
Sqft Lot
col Listing Agent BRE# 900093
Status Active
Property Type Condominium
Price Type
Year Built 2008
Days on Website 14

Property Map

$1,188,000 – 555 4th Street Unit 750, San Francisco, CA 94107

Street View

Courtesy of Kathy Chan, Parc Bay Real Estate.


This gorgeous end unit luxury condo is filled with natural light through the oversized floor-to-ceiling windows and it is perfect for entertaining in this vibrant South Beach/SOMA location. The kitchen features Caesarstone countertops, European cabinetry, and BOSCH stainless steel appliances. A private patio facing San Francisco skyline and urban scenery. Each closet comes with custom built in systems. Carpeted in both bedroom and wood flooring in living and dining room. Guest bathroom with a soaking tub and marble countertops. In-unit washer/dryer located in foyer. The Palms’s luxury amenities include gym, 24-hour doorman, club lounge, private move theater, conference center, concierge, landscaped courtyard, and 24-hour security. Location is a commuter’s dream, a block from Muni/CalTrain, Oracle Park, Safeway, close to Bay Bridge, 101/280 onramps, Walk to major tech companies, easy access to Financial District & BART. One parking is included. Welcome to this home sweet home.

Property Details and Features


  • Source: San Francisco

Property Access

  • 1 Block


  • 2 bathrooms
  • Shower and Tub
  • Stall Shower


  • 2 bedrooms


  • Built in 2008
  • Contemporary
  • Modern/High Tech

Dining Room

  • Lvng/Dng Rm Combo


  • Partial Carpet
  • Hardwood
  • Marble

Home Owner’s Association

  • Dues: $684
  • Water
  • Garbage
  • Outside Management

Interior Features

  • Club Room
  • Gym
  • Garden/Greenbelt


  • Area: South Beach
  • County: San Francisco

Living Room

  • View


  • 1 parking space


  • Property subtype 1: Condominium
  • City Lights
  • Downtown

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