-Gas fireplaces in living room and master bedroom.
-Close to great Dogpatch restaurants and shops.
-2 blocks to public transportation and freeway access.
-1 car parking.
-Shared roof deck and gym.
Knock your socks off loft living in the desirable Dogpatch! With over 1700 sq ft of living space this tri-level home is flooded with light from glorious floor to ceiling windows that showcase downtown VIEWS! Unit #14 boasts spacious living with a grand living/dining room that opens directly to a kitchen with sexy, updated countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a huge skylight. Ascend a gorgeous steel and maple wood staircase to the true loft bedroom with attached full bath and ample storage. Downstairs you’ll find an enclosed master suite, complete with gas fireplace, updated full bathroom, huge walk-in closet, and laundry area! Close to everything trendy and exciting the Dogpatch neighborhood has to offer: Philz Coffee, Piccino, Serpentine, Museum of Craft & Design, Hard Knox Cafe, Workshop Residence, Recchiuti Confections, Industrious Life, Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous Ice Cream, and the Minnesota Street Project. At your doorstep freeway access and a hop skip to the Muni T line! Parking on site along with shared rooftop deck and gym!
Use floor plans to get a clear idea of the home layout and the room sizes.
Dogpatch is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, roughly half industrial and half residential. It was initially a gritty working-class neighborhood, but has experienced rapid transformation since the 1990s. Now it boasts similar demographics to its neighboring Potrero Hill – an upper middle-class working professional neighborhood.
The Caltrain station at 22nd Street makes Dogpatch popular with commuters who work south of San Francisco. 22nd Street is one of only nine stations in Caltrans’ 29-station system that receive “Baby Bullet” express service in addition to regular service. The neighborhood is also serviced by the Muni T line and has great access to freeways.
Notable sites in the neighborhood include Irving M. Scott School, the oldest public school building in San Francisco, built 1895; the historic shipyards at Pier 70; a boxing gym, where many local amateurs train; a number of restaurants & breweries; the headquarters of the San Francisco Chapter of Hells Angels; and numerous historical residences.
Unique to San Francisco, property owners in Dogpatch and Northwest Potrero Hill established the first Green Benefit District. A Green Benefit District (GBD) is an innovative way for San Francisco residents to directly invest in the beautification and greening of their neighborhood.
Saturday, 3/23 from 2-4pm
Sunday, 3/24 from 2-4pm
Tuesday, 3/26 from 2-3:30pm
Additional showings by appointment
Share this Listing