San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 3, 2009
In these uncertain economic times, there is still gold to be found in "them thar hills". In this case the "Hill" is Nob Hill-and the "gold" just might be 1130 Sacramento Street, the only four condominium, ultra-luxury building on "the square," atop world famous Nob Hill in San Francisco, California. The property is being featured on the authority luxury real estate website http://www.Luxuryproperty.com which features unique luxury homes worldwide.
These extra-ordinary manors of Nob Hill were built by19th century "Robber Barons," Huntington, Crocker, Stanford and Mark Hopkins. One of the few recent additions is the 1130 Sacramento Street building which was built in 1993, to seismic specs, and consists of four bi-level townhouse condominiums. The elevation puts the building atop the famous Nob Hill district, putting a rare residential building amongst the world renowned landmarks: the Fairmont Hotel, the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the Pacific Union Club, Huntington Park and the stunning Grace Cathedral.
A city famous for landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, the northern elevation from the 1130 Sacramento building affords a panoramic view of historic Angel Island, Richmond Bridge, Coit Tower, Berkley Hills, and the northern Waterfront. Never before in the history of Nob Hill have four luxury condominiums been available for a single purchase, and now the opportunity to own four vastly unique condominiums in one building including the spectacular penthouse.
Like other stand out luxury estates and properties, the architectural bones of the site are a construction monocle with state-of-the-art, post tension, steel and concrete. Among the amenities is the underground garage, which features two-car parking per condominium.
A statement in opulence, this building is ideal for an urban family compound or owner user investment. A Trophy Building amongst all Trophy Buildings, 1130 Sacramento represents an opportunity to take stewardship over a piece of California History, hold it as a precious family heirloom and pass it down to future generations.
For additional information please contact SanFranProp at 813-200-7137 or visit http://www.SanFranProp.com.