Matt Finley just sold this 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo at One Rincon Hill (425 1st Street). Since unit #1304 has one of the nicest floor plans and dramatic southwest views, the buyer was really excited to move into this dynamic unit at the iconic One Rincon Hill.

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Comprised of 14 townhouses and 695 condominiums, One Rincon Hill’s two towers will reach 45 and 60 stories respectively and offer spectacular vistas of the entire city of San Francisco. Tower I, completed in 2008, is the most significant addition to the San Francisco skyline in 30 years.

Designed by the Chicago architectural firm Solomon, Cordwell, Buenz, and Associates in a late-modernist style, the One Rincon Hill towers resemble a linear glass curtain wall with a curved southwest side. With 26 different floor plans for the 695 units and range in size from 600 square feet to 2000 square feet, One Rincon Hill condos offer luxury finishes such as bamboo flooring, sleek Italian cabinetry from del Tongo, Subzero stainless refrigerator and Bosch appliances. Floor-to-ceiling insulated glass curtain walls offer panoramic views of the city or the Bay. Ultra-luxury amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, concierge, full service valet parking, a club-quality professionally equipped fitness center with steam rooms and showers, a full-size outdoor pool with beautifully landscaped garden deck, a gourmet barbecue area, and a reflecting pool with infinity edge set One Rincon Hill apart.

Located on Rincon Hill, next to South Beach and Financial District and blocks from the Bay Bridge, Highways 101, 280, BART, and Caltrain, One Rincon Hill’s prime location provides easy access to downtown, East Bay, and the Peninsula.

If you are interested in hearing more about One Rincon Hill, please contact Matt Finley at 415.412.6838 or Ask him about One Rincon Hill Phase 2, currently under construction.

Matt Finley is the #1 Resale Agent at One Rincon Hill for Total Listing and Total Sales Volume 2011- 2012.

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