1925 Gough Street, no. 11
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1925 Gough Street, #11
Exquisite Lafayette Park Cooperative Apartment
Year Built: 1908, per tax record
Square Feet: approx. 1,968, per floor plan artist
1925 Gough Street
Built by renowned architect, Conrad A. Meussdorffer in 1908, the St. Regis Apartments is set in Pacific Height’s Lafayette Park and is notably the only privately owned building in San Francisco's public parks. The gorgeous, lush commons surround 1925 Gough on three sides while still retaining tranquil privacy. The Beaux Arts style building has a glass and steel canopied entrance leading to a distinguished lobby with doorman and elevator.
Spacious and light-filled, this apartment has a graceful floor plan with views of the garden and Lafayette Park. The classic entrance foyer with built-in library and wide hall presents the high ceilings, hardwood floors, and refined moldings found throughout the home. The handsome living room has arched windows, a wood burning fireplace, and built-in media storage. The gracious dining room captivates with a lovely curved wall with floor to ceiling windows and a door that opens directly to the protected, enchanting garden. The dining room is open to the bright chef’s kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry with intelligently designed storage, and marble countertops. A convenient and perfectly designed pantry and laundry room are set near the kitchen.
The luxurious master suite includes a bedroom, a bright sunroom, and renovated bathroom. The serene second bedroom faces the garden. A renovated spa-like bathroom in on the hallway. The third bedroom can be used as an office.
One car parking
Separate storage cottage
Doorman and Resident Manager
Professional Building Management
Note: Dues: $1,438.73/mo. The sale is subject to Co-op Board approval.
Escrow: Kevin Thompson, First American Title 415-796-6136.
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May be shown by appointment.