Nob Hill’s real estate market has witnessed some expensive listings in the recent past. The latest high profile listing is for a one bedroom unit located on the eighth floor of the co-op building The Comstock. It has been listed with an asking price of $2.495 million which makes it the most expensive one bedroom unit in the city. The Comstock is one of the few co-op buildings in the city but is located in a premium locality. The listed unit faces northwest and boasts of amazing panoramic views of Twin Peaks, the Golden Gate Bridge, the North Bay, Alcatraz and Coit Tower.
The apartment boasts of floor-to-ceiling windows in almost every room that enhances the views on offer. It is not a large apartment but the layout gives it a large feel. It has an open floor plan in the main entertaining space. There are sliding glass doors that can be used to create a separate den from the main living space. The large windows offer amazing views but do not come in the way of privacy as there are electronic shades that can be closed for privacy. The shades also help create separate and private space for guests.
All the windows come with electronic blinds in case fishbowl living is not your cup of tea. The most expensive one bedroom unit comes with its own walk-in closet and master bath. There is an additional bath close to the entrance which can be used by guests. The interiors of the baths are luxuriously done with slab marble. There is another one bedroom unit at 490 Post Street which has been listed for $2.995 million but is located in a medical dental building and has been positioned as “an owner-user office opportunity.” Another one bedroom unit listed for $2.398 million has failed to attract a buyer since last fall. Watch this space to see which of the expensive listings finds a buyer first.