• $907,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 892 SqFt
  • MLS# 484652

Stunning and quiet top floor 1 bed 1.5 bath with dramatic architectural details in Central SoMa.  Open floor plan with 20+ ft vaulted ceilings, a wall of windows showcasing filtered city views and grand scale skylights.  Industrial, open tread staircase leads to spacious bedroom dotted with accent windows. Full bath on this level finished with wonderful ceramic penny tile.  Handsome, wide planked, ebony stained floors off set cement floors in kitchen: granite counters, gas range, & stainless steel appliances. Gas fireplace. Faultlessly practical, your urban retreat offers in-unit laundry, one car parking & the largest deeded storage on site. Clandestine location is a Central SoMa favorite just two blocks from Westfield Mall and one block from Whole Foods.  Common roof top with 360 degree SF view is perfect for entertaining. Centrally located just mins to popular Downtown, South Park & Financial District. Easy access to tech shuttle stops, BART, Caltrain & Muni. Walk Score 95, Transit Score 100, & Bike Score 96.


  • HOA dues - 606.45
  • Parking Space: #9
  • Storage unit
  • 12 units in building
  • Constructed in 1999
  • Reserves approx. 108,267
  • Rentals permitted 30+ days
  • Pet policy: 2
  • 892 sq ft per tax record


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At-a-Glance A little over two decades ago, the area south of Market Street in San Francisco was a no-man’s land of warehouses, abandoned buildings — and, from a visionary’s perspective — plenty of untapped opportunities. Today, SOMA has been completely re-imagined and bears little resemblance to its former self. Here, sleek luxury condominiums to rival those in Manhattan stand cheek to cheek with towering high rises, while in their shadow stands a stadium, world-class museums and convention centers, trendy bars and restaurants, and the thriving, innovative tech community that started it all. In a Word Eclectic Living Here The epicenter of urban living in San Fr...

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