Recently sell your company and make a bunch of money? What to do with it?
Buy a penthouse! Have a party! Remodel the penthouse! Sell it for more than you paid! Hire a financial manager? Give your friends and family some money? Worry, worry, worry? Contact the IRS? Buy your mom a house. Go back to work.
Listed by Mark Levinson at Pacific Union, this is the Penthouse at the Hamilton. What’s good about this place:
Lots of different rooms and spaces, for your ever-changing moods. Plus views in every direction. The seller installed AC, by the way. This home will work well if you need a separate space for work, guests, music, media, and so on. The room off the patio seems especially secluded to me, and a good place to do some thinking…
The decor may not be your specific taste. And I thought it was a lot of original detail to get involved with during a remodel. But these details were added more like 1970, not 1930 like the rest of the building, so you can do whatever you want with it- it’s not an original artifact or anything. I would maybe pick one of the designers from the Decorator Showcase to do something crazy there. Might as well enjoy the style of your preference while you live there.
Location is very interesting. There is nothing like this property in this location. People who live in the building supposedly really like it, and some say it has a NYC feel. San Francisco loves to juxtapose the rich with the poor, and this home is a great example of that. 631 Ofarrell is Tendernob meets Union Square! It comes with two car parking.