Inspired by the lofts prevalent in the eastern U.S. for so many decades, the original structure was built in 1906 by T.A. Roberts as a liquor and wine warehouse and bottling plant. Later known as the Kessler Building, it was used for many years as an import warehouse. It is currently listed by the City of San Francisco as an "Architecturally Significant Building" and won the Golden Nugget architectural award for the "Best Rehab" in the 10 western states in 1993. The developer made full use of the natural brick exterior, large arched windows, and high ceilings to create 50 lofts and 8 contemporary garden condominiums.
Second floor 1200 sq ft unit with eastern and western exposures for lots of light
Unique split-level floor plan with two bedrooms or master suite and a home office or guest bedroom
Beautiful arched windows & exposed brick
L-shaped kitchen with maple cabinetry, custom "Buddy Rhodes" concrete countertops, and all stainless steel appliances
Large bathroom with concrete integral sink and frameless shower door
Second full bathroom en-suite to master with concrete integral sink and skylight
Second bedroom or office/guest bedroom on second level features a dramatic brick wall, arched window
Ample closets and abundant storage space
Bamboo hardwood floors on main level, brand new carpet in bedrooms, tile in bathrooms
Entire unit just painted throughout
Custom lighting throughout
Front loading washer/dryer in unit
1-car parking included
This beautiful and spacious live/work loft space is located in the Potrero Square Lofts on a quiet but sunny street across from Esprit Park in the Central Waterfront district in the vibrant and hip neighborhood of ” Dogpatch”.
Dogpatch, located along the 3rd Street corridor, offers history, unique architecture, and a few good culinary destinations, including Stem, Rocketfish, Piccino Cafe, Serpentine, Hard Knox Cafe and Just for You Cafe. Read Bon Appetit's write up about the Dogpatch's thriving food scene here.
Building features tranquil, quiet common courtyard with waterfalls
Conveniently located near freeways 280 and 101, 22nd Street Caltrain and T-Third Street light rail to downtown
Easy walking distance to UCSF, shops, restaurants and entertainment!