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Fabulous tri-level loft with soaring ceilings, floor-to ceiling windows and skylights that flood the space with light throughout the day. Stunning downtown views to be enjoyed from the main living area. Natural bamboo flooring throughout the loft. Granite countertops and stainless steel appliances grace the kitchen as well as a custom made kitchen pantry for extra storage. Off the kitchen is the roomy 1st floor bathroom with laundry closet and stackable washer/dryer. An elegant spiral staircase leads to the mezzanine where a frosted glass wall provides both beauty and privacy for the primary bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The top level is an office or second bedroom which features a huge deck with sweeping views of the bay, bridge and city. Parking for one car. Located near the flagship Restoration Hardware with Palm Court restaurant, Philz Coffee, and top art galleries such as Minnesota Street Project. A 20 minute walk to the Chase Center. Cal train and light rail nearby.
This recent discovery of a neighborhood is vital as it is historic. First inhabited by the families of industrial workers, Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake far more intact than almost any other neighborhood. In 2002, this newly invigorated part of town was officially designated a historic district of the city of San Francisco. Each of the older homes in Central Waterfront is a particular piece of history. A great many former factories and warehouses have been transformed into live/work lofts, exciting restaurants, or tech industry havens. The proximity of this neighborhood to all types of transportation including the 3rd street Muni Light Rail Line, Cal Train, and Highways 101 and 280 make it uniquely situated for business and residential use. Nearby Mission Bay is new headquarters for the UCSF Research campus. Food lovers who call Dogpatch home are treated to a wide array of innovative local options including Just for You, Piccino, The Ramp, Yield and Mission Rock. And you can just imagine the interesting spaces some of these eateries inhabit. Serpentine is located in a former tin can factory’s boiler room. A near-by Whole Foods Market helps nicely supplement ingredients for all the die-hard home cookers. Dogpatch is surrounded as well by some enormously appealing neighborhoods, including Potrero Hill’s 18th Street corridor which features even more trendy bars, cafes and restaurants. Bloom’s Saloon is known for its dramatic views of downtown, while Mission Hill Saloon has an official designation as one of the country’s best dive bars. Local love gathering at Esprit Park for a relaxation, while their dogs romp and socialize. And you’re always just a skip and a jump from downtown, where folks can enjoy the farmers’ market at the Ferry Plaza, and a nice waterfront stroll. Both Dogpatch and Central Waterfront offer a plethora of residential real estate options. 1860 Victorian cottages live side by side with exquisite high-rises featuring penthouse views, private patios and garages. Historic buildings offer expansive windows in live/work environments, full of exposed brick, period details, and loads of character.