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$1,998,000 - 1Br/2Ba -  for Sale in San Francisco
Open House September 22
2:00pm to 4:00pm
: 900093
Price: $1,998,000
Beds: 1
Baths: 2
Living Area SqFt: 1,794
Status: Active
Property Type: Loft Condominium
Year Built: 1996
Days on Website: 38

Courtesy of Meredith Martin, Compass SF.

Property Description

Behind an unassuming facade you enter into a historic building, home to 25 live/work spaces. This boutique South Beach warehouse features mushroom capped concrete columns, a common roof deck with views of the Bay, and a beautifully restored Art Deco lobby. Design elements of Loft 404 are a result of an extensive collaboration between award-winning Irit Axelrod, renowned Feldman Architecture and the current owners. The reinvented open concept floor plan harmoniously balances modern minimalism with industrial character. Featuring floor to ceiling windows, exposed concrete, air conditioning and a full Miele appliance package which includes dual zone wine chiller, steam oven, induction stove and a built-in SubZero refrigerator. Walking distance to South Park, Giants Stadium and Chase Center, Caltrans, the Ferry Building and the new Transbay Park.

Property Details and Features

  • Listing
  • Source: San Francisco
  • Property Access
  • 1 Block
  • Bathrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Stall Shower
  • Remodeled
  • Bedrooms
  • 1 bedroom
  • House
  • 1,794 square feet
  • 2 total rooms
  • Built in 1996
  • Reinforced Concrete
  • Modern/High Tech
  • Mid-Rise (4-8)
  • Exterior Features
  • Concrete
  • Floors
  • Hardwood
  • Foundation
  • Concrete Slab
  • Home Owner’s Association
  • Dues: $631
  • Interior Features
  • Roof Deck
  • Kitchen
  • Remodeled
  • Laundry
  • In Laundry Room
  • Location
  • Area: South Beach
  • County: San Francisco
  • Parking
  • 1 parking space
  • Property
  • Property subtype 1: Loft Condominium

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$1,998,000 – 650 2nd Street Unit 404, San Francisco, CA 94107

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