Designed by Irvin Goldstine and built in 1937, the Art Moderne Malloch building at 1360 Montgomery played a role in Dark Passage starring Bogart and Bacall.
Originally twelve apartments, the building was subsequently converted to condominiums. And while the vintage “Penthouse #12” isn’t listed, it is on the market.
1,080 square feet with one-bedroom, one-bath and over 700 square feet of outdoor space overlooking the bay; plus there’s a 200 square foot “bonus” room, bath and terrace on the roof accessed via stairs on the deck.
One parking space and big, big bay and Telegraph Hill views (including Coit Tower from the bed). Asking $1,500,000 with monthly HOA dues of $544.
UPDATE (10/27): As a plugged-in tipster notes, 1360 Montgomery #12 is now listed (and official inventory).
Full Disclosure: The listing agent for 1360 Montgomery #12 advertises on SocketSite but provided no compensation for this post (but did provide a tour and photos at our request).
∙ Listing: 1360 Montgomery #12 (1/1+) – $1,500,000 [penthouseontelegraphhill.com]
∙ Malloch building: suave delight on storied hill [SFGate]