Downtown

645 Front Street #1908

Offered at $2,393,000

MARINA DISTRICT

Incredible one-of-a-kind space that combines 2 units perched high on the 19th floor at the Renaissance in the Marina District. This is a single level floorplan with 4 bedrooms & 4.5 baths in 3,300 square feet. Finishes include: a gorgeous & modern open kitchen; hardwood floors; spa-like bathrooms with beautiful stonework and high-end ceramics; top of the line appliances; dual-zoned heating & cooling systems; motorized window coverings throughout. (4) parking spaces! Dramatic water and city views from every room in the house.
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