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€ 18,753,500

Luxury apartment complex for sale in 2121 Webster Street PH1 & PH7, San Francisco, California

493 m² 6 5

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Description

Following three years of design & build, the just-completed Penthouse 1-7 at The Pacific showcases large-scale rooms with soaring ceilings, light from windows on three sides, contemporary designs, and topline infrastructure – atop one of San Francisco’s most admired buildings.


And as one of the city’s largest condominiums, this five-bedroom, five & one-half bath penthouse spans 5,310sf while providing a palette of warm finishes rich in texture - from organic walnut millwork to undulating floors of travertine. Flowing with The Pacific’s signature trapezoid-shaped bay windows, the aerie welcomes neighborhood “tree-top” views that include the Golden Gate and southern city skyline.


The caliber of penthouse infrastructure (such as No. 8 lighting & “Level-5” drywall finishes) enables comfort, safety, & convenience while at home or away. Technology amenities include wall-mounted panels & device control of climate, lighting, shading, entertainment media, & security systems.


As healthy living is the ultimate luxury, Penthouse #1-7 delivers a rigorous wellness program with construction materials - from insulation to glue to paint – certified organic & toxin-free, delivering the purest, cleanest indoor air. Flooring in the northern bedrooms & windows throughout shield from external electro-magnetic frequencies (EMFs). Hydronic radiant heating complements forced air from linear vents in optimal locations. A sauna enables revitalization.


Your tour begins in a gallery that leads to the (approx.) 70’ Great Room featuring high ceilings, large windows, spacious kitchen, dining area & multiple lounge areas. Ideal for entertaining with a 15’ island, substantial counters, and breakfast nook, the kitchen is a display of exquisite warmth & meticulous composition – with abundant walnut cabinetry, floating shelving systems, and topline appliances.


With captivating outlooks, the oversized primary bedroom wing is a showcase of innovative design. The voluminous walk-in closet includes an aluminum & glass door with walnut interiors. A sumptuous retreat, the bath is endowed with a freestanding Sophstone tub and a large shower. Two en-suite guest bedrooms ensure hotel-suite-style retreats, each offering its own amenities, including vanities with hexagonal mosaic tile floors, and walls of honed dolomite.


The southern wing offers an oversized media/game room, two guest suites, kitchen area, and revitalizing sauna. A dynamic space for entertaining or unwinding amidst tree–top views, the family room provides its own unique perspective on elegant city living. An enticing getaway and retreat, the sauna includes Mosa tile, an ebony vanity, and antique bronze mirror by Karol Bania. Nearby is a laundry room, hall storage and a service entrance and corridor.


An exceptional design/build for sophisticated clients by Michael Tauber Architecture and Black Mountain Construction & Development, Penthouse #1-7 at the Pacific is a rarely available, thoughtfully planned and durably executed masterpiece of luxury living.


Nestled into the city’s most coveted enclave, “The Pacific” stands alone as Pacific Heights’ only full service, fully-amenitized new development. A large residential staff of doormen, concierge, porters, engineers & custodians anticipate every request and deliver the promise of luxury living. The Pacific’s sought-after amenities include a roof-top observation lounge, central gardens, guest suite, garage parking for four vehicles with direct access elevator, and bicycle storage. Furthering the priority on wellness, an inviting Fitness Studio offers state-of-the-art equipment.

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Details

Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
6
Size
493 m²
Elevator
Yes
Exterior Amenities
Sports Court
Floor Type
Hardwood
Reference
PXV8W2
Terrace
Yes
View
CityMountains

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