A true urban hideaway, this airy and versatile two-bedroom loft is located in the historic Mullen Building, an iconic 16-unit live-work building designed by visionary George Hauser. Located at the end of a special cul-de-sac in San Francisco’s vibrant South of Market neighborhood, these homes capture the spirit of true loft living – a creativity and artistry found in industrial, open spaces that transcend boundaries. Built originally in the 1920s and converted to stylish lofts in 2002, these homes enjoy an industrial aesthetic, including concrete floors with radiant heat, dramatic spaces and a shared rooftop terrace overlooking Downtown. Residence 201 features 16-foot ceilings, an elegantly remodeled kitchen, an open-concept floor plan, natural light flooding in from several massive banks of windows, beautiful garden outlooks, flexible spaces, formal and informal living areas, and two full baths, including a beautifully-remodeled en-suite master bath. In-unit laundry, abundant closet space and deeded one-car parking complete this rare offering. This well-managed elevator building is centrally located within walking distance of the City’s red-hot eateries and shopping, SF MOMA, Downtown, and is close to Mission Bay, the Financial District, public transit and freeways.
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