1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1 Parking | 900 sqft

Golden Views | Garden Hues

"The Redstone" is one of the most iconic residential boutique buildings in tony Russian Hill. Perched atop a steep bluff that elevates each floor even higher into the sky, the views across the City and Bay are breathtaking. Designed by early 20th-century architect Henry Clay Smith and constructed in 1928, the distinct terracotta red facades are articulated in a Spanish Mediterranean style that Smith harnesses with spectacular visual effect. Renowned for his skill at building large structures on San Francisco's hilly terrains, he became notorious as "The Hillside Architect".

Featuring a stunning Spanish-styled grand entrance Lobby, The Redstone offers two elevators, a resident's top-floor lounge and a large view roof deck for all to enjoy the stunning views and outdoor space. With 24 condominiums in total, Residence #103 enjoys a prestigious south-west corner position with views to the celebrated Golden Gate Bridge from both the living room and the massive, private entertainment patio. Bold and beautiful, well-appointed and logically configured, this airy one-bedroom and one-bathroom home offers traditional period detailing, exposed ceiling beams, hardwood floors, expansive windows, an adobe-styled Mission fireplace and bespoke design details. A perfectly casual dining room provides a sense of formal dining, while the remodeled kitchen, featuring newer cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, matte black hardware, also offers a relaxing breakfast area with lush landscaped views. Rounding out this exquisite home is a renovated bathroom, with separate shower stall, an abundance of closets and storage, and a cute studio office tucked away in the corner.

Coveted and rarely available, this spectacular building is well located only a half block from Russian Hill's Upper Polk amenities, cafes and restaurants, as well as an abundance of transit options along Van Ness Avenue and Polk Street. The perfect City pied-a-terre or main stay residence, all that is missing is you.