Nob Hill co-op with interiors by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy asks $2.98M
February 14, 2020
Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Compass
Although the outside of this Nob Hill says midcentury—it was, after all, built in 1962—the inside of this co-op shouts contemporary care of a major remodel by noted interior designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy. And it lands on the market for a cool $2.98 million.
Featuring one bedroom, two bathrooms, and 1,450 square feet, 1200 California, unit 23A comes with hardwood flooring, art gallery lighting, a ceiling with deep rectangular cutouts that stretch across the majority of the sky-high home, new kitchen and bathrooms, and views of downtown San Francisco.
If they interiors looks familiar, that’s because Diaz-Azcuy also helmed the look of the multimillion-dollar homes inside 181 Fremont.
Also of note, and while this may only excite a few of us high-rise geeks, the exterior features an awning above its entrance. Neither too decorative nor too flashy, it’s a simple earth-green cover bearing the building’s address. So lovely. So very Nob Hill.
The listing is through Catharina Swanstrom or Compass.