88 King Street #1407
Exceptional and expansive penthouse residence with dramatic sweeping outlooks in all directions of the Bay Bridge, the East Bay, Oracle Park, the marina, and west over the city.
Stepping into the residence, you are greeted by a row of almost floor-to-ceiling window bays overlooking the blue waters of the bay and the picturesque marina and piers, as well as the full span of the Bay Bridge. Oak hardwood floors gleam and there is a built-in media console on the left-hand side to house an entertainment center and ample space for seating. On the opposite side is a grand space for formal dining, and at the center of the room is an enclosed large patio/viewing deck, looking out to the water and bridge views. To the right of the patio is a larger window bay with a pocket door which can be used as a library or office with built-in shelving.
To the right of the entry the modern, contemporary kitchen sets the tone for the style of the residence. The kitchen is sleekly designed with white cabinets and stainless appliances including a built-in oven and microwave, Subzero refrigerator, Viking five-burner cooktop and a double stainless sink. The kitchen has a breakfast bar with stone countertops and is open to the living room/great room, but can be closed off with a pocket door for formal entertaining.
On the south wall of the unit is a wonderful family/media room, separated by sliding doors, with window bays with floor-to-ceiling windows, these ones facing south to the bay, Oracle Park, and McCovey Cove! Looking to the left one can see the Bay Bridge and the East Bay. This room is perfect for relaxing and recreation with a built-in banquette and a full view of the live screen over the ballpark!
Next to the family room is a spacious second bedroom, complete with an attractive ensuite bath with mosaic tile wall, floating vanity, and glass-enclosed shower. The room gets wonderful southern light and incredible views of the palm trees down the marina/piers, and the waters of the Bay, as well as Oracle Park. Adjacent to this bedroom is a dressing area or sitting area with a small wet bar.
Continuing down the hallway is a spacious laundry room with side by side Whirlpool Duet Washer/Dryers, a stainless sink, and a large storage area and folding station with L-shaped counter, built-in storage closets and cabinetry. Two sets of large double closets outside the master suite provide additional storage.
The magnificent master suite has open city views to the east with multiple floor-to-ceiling window bays, as well as outlooks to the south of the ballpark. There is a built-in space with nightstands and headboard facing the view, and an attached deck that is perfect for admiring the bay. The suite includes two ensuite master bathrooms: the first has a walk-in rain shower and a separate tub, with direct views of the marina and the water; the second offers a walk-in glass enclosed shower and a separate soaking tub.
The room also boasts not one but two fully built-out walk-in closets on either side of the bedroom area, one of which has floor-to-ceiling windows with city views.
To the left of the entry is a private and generous third bedroom, boasting stunning Bay Bridge and water views, as well as an attached deck. The adjacent chic powder room is outfitted with a beautiful mosaic tile accent wall and a floating vanity.
This residence includes three-car parking in the garage, and three storage spaces. The Towers is a luxury residential high-rise with fabulous amenities, including a fitness center, pool, spa, sauna, business center, and 24/7 concierge. The building is ideally located right on the water in South Beach, just steps from Oracle Park and close to the Chase Center, Embarcadero, parks, public transit, Caltrain, freeway & shuttle access points.
Don’t miss the chance to own this unique property with stunning views and incredible entertaining space, all in a vibrant downtown location.
1408 and 1409, adjacent 2- and 3-bedroom units, also available separately.
Year Built: 2000 (Per Tax Records)
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