The creator of some of Marvel’s most iconic superheroes, including Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, and the X-Men, Lee died in November. He was 95. His 800-square-foot condo features Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and a marble bathroom.

The unit, where Lee would stay with his daughter when he visited San Francisco, is being sold by the Lee Family 1985 Trust.

“There are huge collectors out there of Stan Lee paraphernalia/swag,” says the listing agent,Sean Mamola of Climb Real Estate. “Whoever purchases this will have an amazing living experience. … [And they’ll] have an amazing connection to the Stan Lee legacy.”

Mamola touted the condo’s high ceilings and spectacular views of downtown San Francisco. The condo also comes with ample closet space and an in-unit washer and dryer. Take that, competition!

Its location inside the Four Seasons is another selling point. The combined hotel and condo development offers 24/7 concierge services, in-room dining, housekeeping, valet parking, and an Equinox gym on the premises. The development’s 142 residences are located on the top floors, and residents have a private reception area.

The hotel and residences were built in 2001.

It appears that the property was last sold in 2010 for $750,000 after originally being listed for $1,465,000. It’s unclear if Lee was the buyer. The home went back up for sale in late 2015 for $1,475,000 in August and $1,469,000 in November, but was taken off the market.

Lee “loved San Francisco,” says Mamola. “This is where he would stay.”