Investments Shift from Stocks to Land -- International Investors Eye Available Rare Prime Residential Site in Nob Hill San Francisco

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Interest rates are at a 40 year low and in these uncertain economic times there are still opportunities in real estate. In this case, 1130 Sacramento Street is the only four condominium luxury building atop World famous "Nob Hill" San Francisco, CA.

The extra-ordinary manors of Nob Hill were built by 19th century "Robber Barons", Mark Hopkins, Huntington, Stanford and Crocker. 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, a rare residential building among such world renowned landmarks as the Fairmont Hotel, Mark Hopkins Hotel, Pacific Union Club and Grace Cathedral.

1130 Sacramento Street is now being featured at, an authority real estate website which showcases prominent luxury properties Worldwide.

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, Berkeley Hills, and the northern Waterfront. Never before in the history of Nob Hill have four luxury condominiums been available for a single

Like other stand out luxury estates and properties, the architectural bones of the site are construction featuring state-of-the-art, post tension, steel and concrete. Among the amenities is the underground garage, which provides two-car parking per condominium.

A statement in opulence, this building is ideal for owner-user investment. A Trophy Building, 1130 Sacramento represents an opportunity to take stewardship over a piece of California History, hold it as a precious family heirloom or an exceptional investment.

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