Phenomenal Clocktower loft in SOMA

Posted by Highrises.com Concierge on Friday, May 2nd, 2014 at 2:47pm.

Own a piece of a San Francisco landmark in one of the city's most sought after historical loft buildings. The Clocktower at 461 2nd Street was constructed in 1907 as the original home for The Schmidt Lithograph Company known for creating colorful labels for wood and fruit crates. The brick and timber building was masterfully converted into 127 luxurious work/live lofts in the 1990's by the prolific team of David Baker + Partners.



Located in the heart of SOMA, Loft 108 has a distinctively industrial feel where strength meets style. Authentic timber beams and exposed brick walls reminiscent of its factory roots frame an ideal open space enhanced by a contemporary Bocci chandelier designed by Omer Arbel that fills the room making the overall ambience more clearly understood. The soaring ceilings, expansive external facing windows and brilliantly refurbished hardwood floors deliver an environment fit for both working and entertaining.



The modern kitchen features dark cabinets with stainless steel appliances, including a wine refrigerator for a growing wine collection. Upstairs, a mezzanine bedroom with carpeted floors overlooks the downstairs area. The master bath with a with beautifully tiled shower, stone top sink counter and a functional California Closet build-out complete the second level.



Additional features include a full bathroom on main level, plenty of built in storage cabinets, along with a storage space under the stairs, a full-size side-by-side washer/dryer and one parking space, as well as access to a landscaped courtyard.



461 2nd Street is in one of the most sought after districts in San Francisco. Situated a couple blocks from the Embarcadero, there is easy access to the Ferry Building, AT&T Park, freeways, public transportation and company shuttles, plus many of San Francisco's hottest restaurants and bars.

View more information about this listing

View more SF Condos

Print

Leave a Comment