156 Lombard Street, #32,  is located in one of the North Waterfront’s most premier communities: Telegraph Landing.  Perfectly located with the Embarcadero bayfront as its neighbor, this 24/7 secured association of homes offers convenient city living at its best.

Upper townhomes on the east perimeter are sought after for their unique bay and  bridge views as well as their mesmerizing panoramic  view rooftop garden terrace escapes.  Imagine warm evening gatherings and great wine while lounging under the stars and watching the traversing light shows on the Bay Bridge. Or, let the zen of an early morning open air yoga stretch followed by a quiet coffee welcome your day as the glimmer of the bay dances in the morning sun.  It’s no secret why upper town homes along the eastern rim of Telegraph Landing are a rare find.

For some, an urban home with a treasured private sanctuary is heaven on earth. Especially, when times call for sheltering at home. Add on the comfort of a thoughtful redesign and the convenience to enjoy adventurous experiences at your doorstep and one might say they discovered the epitome of comfortable San Francisco living.   

Residence #32 is a top floorl, two level unit with a private deeded roof terrace.  Updated with clean and sophisticated finishes, the work has been done.  The main level public space is oriented with views to the water and the bridge, as well. The kitchen has been opened to the dining area, the walk-out terrace and to the living room offering a smart entertaining flow.  This level features inlaid hardwood flooring and a guest bath (with in-unit laundry).

Tucked away one level below is the master suite with luxurious private bath, a second guest room and a spacious updated guest bath.  This level also sports additional storage closets. (There is additional deeded storage in the buliding).

One level above the main floor, is the spacious roof deck with flexibility to customize seating and dining areas. Multiple planters with drip irrigation and mature plantings romance and warm this private escape. They provide a playground for the hummingbirds, too.  Imagine the spectacle of July 4th or New Years Eve fireworks without the trauma of traffic and crowds.

In a city where one can explore many living options, when you discover a home that uniquely has it all, you just know that it is right and perfect. 156 Lombard #32 is simply that … right and perfect.

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Public Access:

Due to Covid-19 SIP orders and guidelines, there will be no public open houses.  However, there is much to share virtually so please look at all of your options here.  Private virtual showings are welcome.  Just let me know.

Serious buyers will be welcome to view the property in person per San Francisco's safe showing protocols. 

Your agent can clear pre-showing conditions with me and then I can arrange access.

Please reach out with any questions.


Jim Beitzel | (415) 225-2589 | [email protected]


Stretching from North Beach, at the base of Telegraph Hill, to Fort Mason and Crissy Field, North Waterfront is the neighborhood by the bay. It's a location situated perfectly for great weather, a vibrant street scene, and breathtaking views. There is a fantastic blend of people, from rollerbladers, to bicyclists, to local families mingling among the tourists. Along the piers that extend into the bay, affectionate couples take-in the breathtaking views alongside fishermen who ply their trade. Swimmers of the hardiest stock, known as the Dolphin Swim Club, brave the chilly waters at Aquatic Park. Locals and tourists alike chat with friends on Bayside patios along the waterfront in its world-famous cocktail bar eateries. These are beloved institutions that have served upscale food to appreciative patrons for decades. When 4th of July arrives, there isn't a neighborhood better positioned to catch the exhilarating fireworks rocketing over the bay as the North Waterfront. This is an exceptional area for those who thrive on sunshine and healthy walks. No better people watching in the city exists as can be found along the picturesque Embarcadero. Downtown is only walking distance away, as is some exceptional shopping in the nearby Marina district. Public transportation to downtown is via old-fashioned trolleys from around the world along San Francisco's F-line. This remarkable restored fleet of street cars run from Jones and Beach streets in Fisherman's Wharf along the Embarcadero, up Market Street to the Castro. Its easy to feel like you're on holiday in your own neighborhood when you live in the awe-inspiring district of North Waterfront.


Jim Beitzel

Award Winning RealtorCorcoran Global LivingDRE# 01114587415.225.2589

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