The Residence

Boasting unparalleled views and new renovations, this airy and light-filled one-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium features never-been-used appliances, beautiful new countertops, Lauzon walnut wood flooring, elegant ceiling molding, medallion, baseboards, and updated fixtures and finishes. The home is a peaceful oasis: it feels private as it is perched high above the city, offering views of San Francisco, the sea, and beyond – to the Oakland hills and Mt Diablo. At night the views are equally spectacular. As for the iconic building (which is on the National Register of Historic Places and is notable in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo), the 1926 Spanish Revival landmark is currently being revamped with new hallway carpet, interior paint, and new lobby and elevator decor. The building was converted in the 80s to condominiums and has offered luxe, city living ever since. In addition to landscaped grounds and gardens, there is a gorgeous stained-glass chapel for community use, as well as a shared sun-deck for barbeques and relaxation – set against more panoramic Bay views. A secure residence with doorman and maintenance crew, this dog-friendly condominium is centrally located, nestled in the heart of Ashbury Heights, and walking distance to Castro Street, Cole Valley, Duboce Park, Haight-Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and Divisadero Street – and opposite Buena Vista Park.

  • Remodeled one-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium
  • Spectacular views
  • Open living/dining area
  • Spacious bedroom with wall-to-wall closet
  • Built-in laundry storage in hallway cabinet
  • Storage room
  • Deeded parking
  • HOA dues $753/month


Park Hill is fortunate to be in walking distance to a handful of different and unique neighborhoods. Firstly, there’s Cole Valley and its charming commercial district that runs along Cole Street. Residents can stroll downhill to find wonderful restaurants (like Zazie), take-out gourmet food (like Luke’s Local), and an old-fashioned ice-cream diner. Frederick Street has The Firm, a fantastic personal training gym. There are buses and the N Judah Muni line stops here. This is a tight-knit neighborhood, and you will see familiar faces after a few weeks. Belvedere Street, in Cole Valley, is also noted for its annual Halloween extravaganza. 

Park Hill is close to Castro Street with its colorful rainbow street crossings, fun shops, great bookstore, and proud history. Walk Castro Street and observe the plaques of historic heroes and visit the fabulous Castro Theatre. If you go the other way down the hill – there is Haight-Ashbury, famous for its counter-culture and musical history. In addition, this never-dull street offers Amoeba Records, Wholefoods, Gus’s Community Market, and Golden Gate Park. 

Immediately in front of the Park Hill is Buena Vista Park. Discover the dramatic city views or get lost in the wildness. This park is ideal for dog walking or a short walk in the other direction is dog-friendly Duboce Park where you can easily catch the N. 

And, last but not least, Divisidero Street is also around the corner, offering Bi-Rite and its marvelous ice-creams and produce, as well as many boutiques, bars, eateries, and a farmers’ market. 


Floor Plans


Open Houses:
Saturday and Sunday, September 14-15, 2-4pm

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, September 17, 12-1:30pm

Evening Showing:
Wednesday, September 18, 6-7pm


Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Shelly Sutherland
415.310.1339 mobile
[email protected]


Shelly Sutherland

Realtor®CompassCalDRE# 01079918415.874.5014 office415.310.1339