1333 Jones Street #901
Midcentury Perfection at the Comstock
The large southeast corner condominium in the Comstock Building, one of San Francisco’s best midcentury high rises, is an example of modernist design at its finest. With interiors by renowned purists of modern architecture and glass walls that showcase the City from atop Nob Hill, this is San Francisco moderne.
From the living room, kitchen and bedrooms, one can see the San Francisco Bay, Coit Tower, Treasure Island, the Bay Bridge, Grace Cathedral, Sutro Tower and the City lights. Sliding glass doors lead to a 39-foot terrace that spans nearly the length of the unit and offers plenty of space for outdoor entertaining.
The bright and open kitchen features contrasting mahogany-stained and aluminum-painted cabinetry with Carrara marble countertops. Grasscloth wallpaper, finished cork floors, and dramatic views of the City and Grace Cathedral accent the eat-in area. Stainless appliances include a SubZero refrigerator, Asko dishwasher, Dacor oven and GE range with hood.
With stunning views of the Transamerica Pyramid, the Bay Bridge, and the East Bay Hills, the spacious master suite opens to the terrace. The large master bath features the original 1965 white Carrara marble double sink vanity, beautifully preserved and combined with modern white Carrara tiles on the floor and in the shower.
The second bedroom, currently used as a dining area, boasts glass walls with similar views to those in the master suite, as well as access to the terrace. The bathroom includes a tub and white Carrara marble vanity.
The Comstock is a full-service 24-hour doorman building with a club room and a walking terrace around the building on the third floor.