This 2-bedroom, 2 bath, 26th floor condo gives some lucky San Franciscan the chance to live in an historical Eichler building. Named the Eichler Summit, the 32-story building is an icon in the Russian Hill skyline. Tasteful updates leave way for the original Eichler style of open floor plans, lots of glass and natural tones to shine through.
Ask any resident their favorite feature of their modern abode at The Summit and they would likely say the views. With floor-to-ceiling windows, a hallmark of Eichler design, this corner unit offers 270 degree views of the city including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the Bay, and Coit Tower – with multiple balconies to take it all in. Eichler also often included a second bathroom off the master bedroom and, thankfully, this unit provides that coveted feature.
There are approximately 11,000 Eichler homes across California, but an Eichler condo is a rare gem indeed. Is it your time to own a piece of SF history – really, US history? theFrontSteps can help make it happen.