This eclectic penthouse in San Francisco is surely defined by color and luxury,Â offering mesmerizing 360-degree panoramic views of the city. The apartment has a total area of 3,879 sq.Â feet and occupies the entire 21st floor of a beautiful Art Deco building.
The classically laid-out floor plan features three bedrooms, indoor water feature with three baths, a powder room, library, two fireplaces, a formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, laundry room, sunroom, Solarium and two terraces (one terrace with antique fountain too). The richly decorated interior shows great craftsmanship and design, antique chandeliers (together with a few modern ones too) and sconces, antique parquet and lots of modern pieces of furniture.
It is listed for sale here, for a cost of $5,800,000.
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