Richard Bastoni & Jeffrey Wahl Present
Stunning View Residence at the Clay Jones - $3,950,000
This stunning, custom apartment represents the height of city glamour. Designed by architect Andrew Skurman, the luxurious residence at The Clay Jones was inspired by the Galerie des Glaces at Versailles. With unparalleled views of the Bay Bridge, Grace Cathedral, Coit Tower and Alcatraz, this stunning condominium showcases some of the most breathtaking views in the city.
Design elements include expansive windows, custom cabinetry, Baccarat mirrors, French doors, upholstered walls in the bedroom, wet bar, and pantry with wine refrigerator. The apartment has been featured in publications such as Food & Wine, Wine Enthusiast, and The Style Salonist for its amazing architecture and décor.
- Expansive Living Room/Dining Room with a wall of mirrored French doors that multiply the panoramic views of Downtown San Francisco and the Bay.
- The wall of mirrors also conceals a series of custom cabinets that can be used for storage.
- Dual stainless- steel fireplaces.
- Rich dark brown hardwood floors.
- The ceiling was given a silver leaf finish, so that the whole room appears to float.
- Upholstered walls by Hide-Brand in the spacious Master Bedroom.
- Master Bath with white Tasso marble counter, custom sinks, Baccarat mirrors on the walls and ceiling, steam shower and pedestal tub.
- Custom designed walk-in closet in the Master Bedroom.
- State-of-the-art Chef’s Kitchen with abundant stainless-steel cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances and rich marble counters.
- Pantry off the kitchen with wine refrigerator and clothes washer/dryer.
- Bar area with mirrored cabinets, marble counters and powder room.
- Exquisite detailed moldings throughout the apartment.
- Rich, luxurious surfaces, the finest craftsmanship and design with attention to every detail.
- Ideally arranged and perfect for entertaining.
- 24 hour Doorman service and one parking space.
About The Clay Jones:
The Clay Jones, at the top of Nob Hill, is an extraordinary example of classic Art Deco Style. It is located in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in San Francisco and represents the best of San Francisco luxury living.
Elegant and swanky, Nob Hill is full of grand hotels bordering Huntington Park and grander mansions. Perched on the commanding heights made accessible in the 1870s by the California Street cable car that runs through the heart of the neighborhood, Nob Hill is home to old San Francisco. The descendants of San Francisco's founding families still frequent their private clubs here, including the secret, males only Bohemian Club.
The neighborhood, destroyed in the fire of 1906, remains the most affluent and desirable in all of San Francisco. Baronial wealth is still on display here. Pre-war, luxury apartments, decorated with wedding-cake facades adorn Nob Hill.
The heart of Nob Hill is Huntington Park, and its iconic 10-foot tall Fountain of Tortoises. Shady benches around the classic urban square provide a welcome rest for those who hike up the hill. And a children's playground is a hidden gem.
The massive stone edifice of Grace Cathedral represents the soul of the community. Liberal in its outlook, the Cathedral upholds a strong social justice program, hosts vocal concerts, and maintains an outdoor labyrinth where locals pace its inlaid stone path in meditative silence.
Nob Hill, despite its steep streets, is an extremely walkable neighborhood, with the feel of an urban oasis. Bounded by the upscale boutiques of Union Square, the hubbub of Chinatown, and the nightclubs of Polk Street, Nob Hill is walking distance to the financial district and downtown. For those who have to walk home at the end of the day, MUNI provides a monthly pass, good for Cable Cars.