Sold: 2 Fallon Place #5

Sold for $699,000

San Francisco views to die for!

Cross the threshold, turn the corner and these views will slay you! An open floor plan can keep your visitors staring out the windows for hours while the kitchen pulls the TransAmerica Pyramid straight across your breakfast bar. A large living room can be formally divided into separate sleeping and living areas (request our Pinterest Board for ideas on partitions and screens) and an ample closet offers plenty of space for your party dresses or Zoot suits.

But wait! There’s more! A private tennis court adjacent to the unit can be accessed a few steps from your front door. Currently this amenity is rarely used so you are almost guaranteed to play without advance reservations. By day, this uninterrupted space allows for rare and quiet views. By night, its dark expanse makes the skyline float beneath the stars.

The 60-unit Landmark Building is at the crest of Russian Hill and is known for its spectacular views, rambling hallways and hidden entrance along a shaded lane. Built in 1980 along Russian Hill’s Eastern edge, parking for the building is accessed from the lowest level adjacent to the Vallejo stairs, while the top floor boasts a roof deck with more sweeping views.

 Russian Hill Studio
  • One Car Parking
  • Roof Deck
  • Guest Parking
  • Tennis Anyone?
  • HOA Dues $599

Please visit: SFViewsToDieFor.com