Your chance to own a piece of San Francisco history sits on a steep street in Nob Hill, a place of top-flight restaurants, cozy lounges, and robust nightlife. It’s an area of timeless intrigue, eye-catching Victorians, and a cache of city landmarks. And it’s not often that you find a property like 77-81 Pleasant Street. In the same family since its original construction, this Nob Hill legacy three-unit building is perched on one of the city’s most coveted, bucolic locations. With a WalkScore of 98, this rarely available historic property is steps to Huntington Park, Grace Cathedral, and the Financial District.
77 and 79 Pleasant Street are both vacant, two-bedroom, one-bath units, while 81 Pleasant Street is a three-bedroom, one-bath view unit that is tenant occupied. All have hardwood floors and period details throughout. A panoramic view roof deck provides sweeping views of Nob Hill and beyond, while a convenient two-car garage and abundant storage offers expansion potential. You can’t beat Nob Hill for its views, old-world luxury, and inimitable style. It’s hard to best 77-81 Pleasant Street for its sheer sense of yesterday, today, and the possibilities of tomorrow. Put the two together and you have a property that’s hard to beat.
In the same family for generations. The building was built in the late 1800’s and was destroyed in the fire after the earthquake of 1906. Rebuilt in 1907 this historic 3-unit building is on the market for the first time ever. 79 Pleasant was featured in Sunset magazine in 1939.
77- lower unit – 978 sq. ft. vacant
79- middle unit – 1121 sq. ft. vacant
81- top unit – 1184 sq. ft. – tenant occupied
Historic Victorian homes and spectacular views add to the neighborhood’s unattainable mystique...