One Thousand & One California Street, one of the most beautiful Beaux Arts residential buildings in the City, was built by William Randolph Hearst in 1914. Its Nob Hill neighbors include the famed Mark Hopkins and Fairmont Hotels, Pacific Union Club, iconic Grace Cathedral and verdant Huntington Park across the way.
The firm of Butler-Armsden Architects has transformed this unique townhouse into beautifully proportioned spaces, both voluminous and intimate, appropriate to the owner's quest for comfortable daily living and easy transition from casual to elegant entertaining. In particular, the impeccably designed space in its simplicity and clean lines enhances the display of the owner's exuberant art collection of large canvases and exquisite objets d'art.
Also on this level:
Descend the floating staircase to the voluminous OPEN SPACE designed for comfortable City living and readily adapts to entertaining on a large scale. Its features include:
A secondary GALLLERY HALL (perfect for smaller art display) features:
Completing the floor plan is a spacious and private BEDROOM and BATH located off the formal Living Area.