Courtesy of Jim Fisher, Compass SF.
1360 Montgomery Unit 1, San Francisco, CA 94133
The Malloch Building in Telegraph Hill is an iconic example of late Art Deco architecture, often referred to as Streamline Moderne. Notable for its curved lines & emphasis on the horizontal, the building was constructed in 1937 for Jack Malloch & his son, John, who occupied the two penthouse units after completion. The raised plaster designs on the faade & side of the building, painted a brilliant silver, represent California history. Unit #1 was added in 1947 to the rear of the building, presumably as a manager’s apartment. An unconventional entrance via the garage leads to a very private, light-filled home. Situated on two levels, the condo has a recently remodeled bathroom, City & Bay views, a deck & an exclusive-use garden. Easy walk to shops, restaurants, financial district & downtown.
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