Full-floor Nob Hill residence with 360 Views designed by Matthew MacCaul Turner with a private elevator offers a cloud-like modern interior creating a contemporary yet inviting space for relaxation and entertaining. The spacious living room of this South facing unit features columns reminiscent of the faade of the Fairmont Hotel and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Huntington Park and the San Francisco city skyline. Marble-clad kitchen is a bright, airy space with Starphire glass cabinetry and top-of-line appliances, and views of the Bay. Incredible primary suite with corner windows gazes directly at the dramatic stained glass windows of the Grace Cathedral with a west-facing balcony that captures breathtaking sunsets. Thoughtful modern features include recessed lighting, marine-grade epoxy floors, built-in speakers, remote shades, and silk curtains to ensure privacy. The guest bedroom with en-suite bath in matte black tones is a bold juxtaposition to the otherwise all-white interior space. Both bathrooms feature custom vanities and mirrored walls expanding the space and reflecting views from every angle. Immerse yourself in unparalleled views of the Bay, Grace Cathedral, Huntington Park, and the Fairmont Hotel on the seventh floor atop SF's iconic Nob Hill.