Video House Tour: Five-star condo at SF's Four Seasons Residences asks $14.5 million

Video House Tour: Five-star condo at SF's Four Seasons Residences asks $14.5 million


Contemporary elegance, luxe amenities, and a central location make this swanky condo at San Francisco's Four Seasons Residences prime for lapping up city life.

Located in the updated, 510-foot Aronson tower, the condo is just a skip away from SFMOMA and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, not to mention SoMa's many killer eats—from divine sandwiches to Michelin-starred menus.

4 Seasons Residences #32CD | Yerba Buena, San Francisco

With original design by architect Fu-Tung Chang combined with renovations by globally recognized firm ODADA, the Four Seasons Residences has an array of zen-like spaces that will make you feel like you live in an elegant hotel. Enter through the lobby with honed Bianca Vena marble flooring, silk rugs, dark oak accents, and a dramatic stone fireplace.

The three-bedroom unit 32CD basks in natural light by day and twinkling downtown views at night via windowed walls throughout. The open-concept layout is ideal for hosting and relaxing alike.

Beyond the home's dramatic foyer, take in 180-degree panoramic views from the living room. Two sitting areas flow into a dedicated dining space also with a glorious vista. The spacious kitchen has Poggenpohl's German-milled cabinetry and granite countertops, but neat freaks will especially love the abundance of hidden storage here, including an entire wall of concealed built-ins and a place to stash up to 146 bottles of wine, as well as a surprise wet bar.

Grand in scale, the extensive master suite has its own living area with a media space, but we've got our eye on the spa-like bathroom with an extra-large marble shower and jet tub.

Additional amenities include a Dolby Atmos home theater, library, home office, and guest suite.

Living in a Four Seasons residence come with posh perks: complimentary valet parking, a concierge, security and doorman, 24/7 in-room dining, housekeeping, and an on-site Equinox gym. The building also has its own restaurant, MKT.

When you're looking to kick back, shoot some pool or play a hand of poker in the game room, which also has a sports simulator in case your golf swing needs some practice. There is also a full-floor club with indoor and outdoor seating, a bar and fire pit, all staffed by an attendant. They even host wine tastings.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3.5

Asking price: $14,500,000

// 765 Market St Unit 32CD (Yerba Buena),; for more information, visit

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