Ryan Richard

1450 Greenwich Street Unit: 401

$1,225,000 1450 Greenwich Street Unit: 401, San Francisco, CA 94109
This spacious corner flat in Russian Hill glows with early 20th century detail. Bordered hardwood floors, high ceilings, generous multi-light windows and original built-in cabinets showcase period craftsmanship. Light and airy, the flat's public space flows from living to dining room and out French doors onto a small private balcony. A hallway off the vestibule leads to the powder vanity, tiled deco-style bathroom, and generously sized bedroom, all of which can be closed off to offer privacy when entertaining. Two walk-in closets offer generous storage. The Redstone features two elevators, onsite storage, parking, and a rooftop deck with stunning views of the Golden Gate. Designed by Henry Clay Smith, known for his pioneering work in San Francisco's hills and for designing industrialist Milton Ray's stunning multi-million dollar mansion, the building's visually arresting terracotta red faade is nearly unique in San Francisco, one of only two such buildings from the era.
  • Sold
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1928
    Year Built
  • 858 Sq.Ft.
    Living Area
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Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status: Sold
  • Living Space: 858 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Size: 0.213 Acres
  • MLS® ID: 421534431
  • Type: Residential
  • Year Built: 1928
  • Architecture Styles: Arts Crafts, Mediterranean, Spanish
  • View Description: Bay, City, Golden Gate Bridge, Ocean


  • Total Bedrooms: 1
  • Total Bathrooms: 1
  • Full Bathrooms: 1
  • Laundry Room: In Basement
  • Flooring: Wood
  • Fireplace: Wood Burning

Exterior & Building

  • Water Source: Public
  • Lot Features: Landscape Front
  • Parking: Assigned, Interior Access, Side by Side, On Site
  • Heat Type: Steam
  • Sewer: Public Sewer
  • HOA Amenities: Clubhouse, Roof Deck
  • Other Exterior Features: Balcony


  • Sales Price: $1,225,000
  • HOA Fees: $737/mo

1450 Greenwich Street Unit: 401

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Ryan’s architectural work spanned the globe from San Francisco to Shanghai to Siem Reap and ran the gamut from high-end residential and commercial projects to conceptual entries for highly prestigious design competitions.
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