Video Tour






  • Gorgeous New Finishes & Contemporary Fixtures, Move-In, Turn-Key Condition
  • Gracious Open Living - Dining Room With 12' Ceilings & Huge Oversized Windows
  • Newly Refinished Hardwood Flooring, Custom Closet System, Home Office Option
  • Quartz & Stainless Chef’s Kitchen, New Countertops & Farm Sink, Abundant Cabinetry
  • Generously-Proportioned Bedroom With 12' Ceilings, Room To Add Tall Chest Or Armoire
  • New Lacquered Vanity Cabinet & Sink, New Laminate Flooring, Newly Refinished Tub & Shower
  • Landmark Spanish Revival Building, 3.5 Manicured Acres, Daytime Doorperson
  • Pano View Roofdeck, Elevator, Magnificent Community Room In Restored Chapel
  • One Car Parking, Large Storage Locker & Bike Parking, HOA Dues $800.18 Monthly
  • Picturesque Setting Across From Buena Vista Park, MUNI Stop Right Out Front
  • Close To Cole Valley, Castro, Haight Ashbury & Duboce Park Dining & Shopping


Perched high above the city, Park Hill represents San Francisco living at its best. Constructed in 1926, this Spanish Revival landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was converted to condominiums in 1986.

Imagine coming home at the end of the day to enjoy a glass of Prosecco on the spectacular roof deck while you watch the colors of the sunset illuminate the bay and usher in the arrival of the dazzling evening lights.

Building amenities include a full-time front desk attendant, elevator, extra storage facilities, common view roof deck with barbeque grill and a magnificent function room in the restored chapel. 

Across the street from one of the city’s most beautiful parks and convenient to Castro, Cole Valley, Duboce Park & Haight Ashbury shopping and dining, Park Hill is considered by many to be one of San Francisco’s best addresses.



Just above the Parnassus and Ashbury Heights neighborhood rises the slopes of Buena Vista Park, a densely wooded 36-acre urban escape in the center of the city. Climb the stairs at Haight and Baker and you'll rapidly ascend to fantastic views of the city, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Angel Island. The local neighborhood association has done a fantastic job in making the park family friendly.

Buena Vista/Ashbury homes include fine examples of grand Victorians, colonial revival, restored carriage houses, shingled Tudors, and Queen Anne towers, boasting ornate scroll work, onion domes and stained glass windows.

Parnassus/Ashbury Heights neighborhood is primarily residential, full of young families and professionals. On Halloween, the best block party for five year olds in San Francisco can be found on Belvedere Street, which closes to traffic and attracts thousands of kids and their families. Entire blocks are decorated. Most residents shop and dine downhill along nearby Cole Street in Cole Valley, the small markets on Parnassus, and the Haight. Golden Gate Park is a short walk away.

Access to public transportation is excellent. The 37 CORBETT bus stops on Buena Vista Avenue East, and offers connections to Market Street buses and trolleys. The 7 HAIGHT bus stops at Haight and Baker Streets, and travels downtown via Haight and Market Streets. The N JUDAH trolley that connects Ocean Beach to downtown San Francisco stops at Carl and Cole, which makes commuting quick.


Open Houses:
Sunday, August 22, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, August 24, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Peter Goss
(415) 505-4677
[email protected]

Contact Kuntala Cheng
(415) 799-6056
[email protected]


Peter Goss

Top 10 Producer & Marketing SpecialistCorcoran Global LivingDRE# 01256858(415) 505-4677

Kuntala Cheng

Top 10 Producer, Fluent In Mandarin & CantoneseCorcoran Global LivingDRE# 1935020(415) 799-6056

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