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February 14, 2011

Romantic European Hideaway for Valentine’s Day

There are few neighborhoods in San Francisco that inspire romance more than that of Russian Hill. So in honor of Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d spotlight a romantic Russian Hill home: The 2BR/2BA, 2,160-square foot unit at 1020 Union #7 has been on the market since last Fall. It’s currently being offered at $2,095,000, which may break a few buyers’ hearts. But for those in this price range who strongly desire Bay, Russian Hill and Alcatraz views from a walkout terrace (above), 1020 Union #7 will definitely do.

Union Terrace, one of my favorite Russian Hill developments, was constructed in 1921. It’s charmingly landscaped with terraced gardens and fountains:

#7 is a top-floor unit that has one of the largest and brightest floor plans. It features six skylights, a living room with fireplace and a formal dining room. You can also enjoy a library, family room, and direct access to the garage.  

So step out on to that terrace, take in the view, and consummate your home search with the perfect Valentine’s Day location. I’ll even throw in the wine and cheese and a chocolate heart if you hire me as your agent.

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