STYLISH AND SEXY VIEW CONDO IN NOB HILL

If Sex in the City and Mad Men had a love child, 10 Miller Place would be the product of their union. Located in prestigious Nob Hill, 10 Miller Place #1202 is a stylish and fun 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condominium that was renovated in 2013 by noted San Francisco designer Benjamin Dhong. Mr. Dhong’s work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, and the Wall Street Journal. The home showcases high ceilings, a large balcony, and stunning views of San Francisco landmarks including downtown, the Transamerica Building, the Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, and Coit Tower.

   

The living room has several designer touches such as coffered ceilings with elegant wallpaper; a mirrored wall; and custom built-ins with sliders that cleverly hide the TV. The kitchen is open to the the living room for maximum enjoyment of the breathtaking views and has marble countertops, a breakfast bar, a mirrored backsplash, a Blomberg refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, a Fagor oven, a Miele cooktop, and a GE Monogram microwave. Although an urban dwelling, this home has 2 storage closets in the entry way and a pantry/closet at the end of the breakfast bar as well as a large closet in the bedroom. The bathroom has a marble-top vanity and stall shower. Hardwood floors, crown molding, paneled doors, custom lighting, and 1-car parking complete this home.

  

 

10 Miller Place is a boutique high-rise building with a full-time doorperson (8 am – 11 pm, Monday to Friday) and common laundry facilities. Current HOA dues are $969 per month and include water, garbage, basic cable, wireless internet, gas, and property management as well as a portion towards reserves.

Located in Nob Hill just a few blocks from the Fairmont, the Mark Hopkins, Huntington Park, Chinatown, North Beach, and the Financial District, this is exactly where you want to be.

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