Rooms with a view

Want to buy in San Fran­cisco to­day? Here are three op­tions to tempt you

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2610 scott street

Built in 1962 for Bay Area art col­lec­tor Joseph Esh­er­ick, this time­less ex­am­ple of mid-cen­tury res­i­den­tial de­sign houses a lu­mi­nous se­ries of grand spa­ces linked by a pow­er­ful, iconic spiral stair­case. Two liv­ing rooms and clas­sic fea­tures such as wood-burn­ing fire­places, ebonised floors and slid­ing glass doors make it a rare find and an incredible liv­ing space. US$11.75 mil­lion. sothe­

10 Miller Place

A ver­i­ta­ble Su­per­man’s lair on Nob Hill, this 1963-built three-bed­room, four­bath­room res­i­dence has 2,200 square feet of out­door deck with un­ob­structed views—the per­fect place for sun­down­ers with the es­teemed neigh­bours. Cool and swanky, this sur­pris­ing re­treat is close to North Beach and Union Square and has three park­ing spa­ces. US$9.5 mil­lion. sothe­


soma A lux­u­ri­ous two-bed­room apart­ment in the leg­endary St Regis ho­tel ad­ja­cent to San Fran­cisco’s Moma. The prop­erty in­cludes luxe ap­pli­ances, cus­tom coun­ter­tops and back­splashes, and pol­ished mar­ble floors. St Regis ameni­ties in­clude 24-hour room ser­vice, an in­door pool, a fit­ness cen­tre, yoga, Reméde Spa, concierge/ but­ler, se­cu­rity and un­lim­ited valet park­ing. US$2.85 mil­lion. sothe­

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