Property DocsFloor Plan 2121 Webster Street #208
- 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, 1 independent parking space
- Large eastern landscaped terrace
- 12’ ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows
- European gas kitchen, full sized
- Custom closets, full-size washer/dryer
- 2016 construction, air-conditioning, elevators
- A+ Pacific Heights location combined with 5-star amenities
- 1123 interior sqft plus 939 sqft terrace*
The foyer creates a welcoming moment – perfect for a desk, favorite cabinet or your special art – before experiencing the volume of the residence. Immersed in calming nature, the great room’s soaring floor-to-ceiling windows enjoy outlooks to a north wall of mature bamboo and the east terrace’s abundant mature landscaping. This sophisticated corner residence offers approximately 12’ ceilings and abundant natural light. Also unique to this one bedroom is the stunning full-sized European gas kitchen with center island counter seating, Statuario marble counters, Arclinea cabinetry from Italy and Gaggenau appliances.
The bedroom suite also opens to the east terrace and includes seating area and generous walk-in closet. The ensuite bath is clad in soothing grey marble, with heated floor, dual sinks and stall shower.
Floors are pale, wide plank European oak. Automated solar shades grace every room. A handsome powder room is dressed in stunning herringbone marble tile. Brilliantly designed, the amount of custom storage is truly exceptional. A hall closet plus extra cabinets above the full-sized washer/dryer complete the residence.
One independent parking space in The Pacific’s immaculate garage is included with residence 208. The bike room can securely house your special wheels.
Bringing an effortless ease to life are The Pacific’s five-star amenities including the Grand Lobby staffed 24/7, concierge and valet service, Fitness Studio with outdoor workout patio, Observatory Lounge with spectacular north views to the Golden Gate Bridge + Bay and its view terrace with seating around the fireplaces, central tree-studded lawn, and The Fillmore Suite for guests. All residences are air-conditioned and served by the building’s elevators.
In an A+ location, it is just one block from Fillmore Street’s superb shopping + dining and poised between nearby Lafayette Park to the east and Alta Plaza Park to the west. This is San Francisco north side living at its best!
- *Neither seller nor broker warrant square footage; buyers are advised to investigate.
- Pet policy per CC&Rs allows two domestic pets, no weight limitation.
- HOA dues: $1,361.64 plus $271.41 for parking = $1,633.05 total per month. Dues include water, professional management + staff, building engineer, HOA insurance, maintenance, refuse collection, amenities and a contribution to reserves.
- An annual special assessment for earthquake insurance, $997.60, is due 4/15/2022.
Video Description: The video opens with an aerial view over Alta Plaza, the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge with a layer of fog in the background and The Pacific in the foreground. The camera pans down The Pacific’s faceted exterior to street level and to the front entrance. Entering the lobby with black stone floor, long reception desk with white leather art installation on the wall behind. Moving to the left is a seating area and artwork on walls. The Fitness Center with workout equipment with a row of windows at the end of the room which open to a patio with seating area and greenery behind. Next to the Observatory Lounge club room with high ceiling, paneled wall with fireplace and floor to ceiling windows leading to roof deck. Furniture is in shades of aubergine and dark purple while the flooring is light hardwood. Moving outside onto the deck there are two seating areas with fire pits. A glass railing borders the deck while allowing views beyond of buildings to the north. To the west, the four-square city block grassy pyramid of Alta Plaza Park rises on the left of the screen and the bay and Golden Gate Bridge in the background. Panning to the right shows more of the bay with fog obscuring the horizon line. Aerial views of The Pacific from the north fly over the roof deck and rotate to the east showing highrise buildings of the downtown financial center in the distance. Rising higher, there is a glimpse of the Bay Bridge before the lens turns back to the north side of The Pacific with roof deck surrounded by buildings and parks of the city. The final scene is where it began with an aerial view over Alta Plaza, the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge with a layer of fog in the background.
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