A timber and brick conversion, this historic Mill Building loft oozes with originality and charm. With a brilliant combination of unique architecture and thoughtful redesign, this home is ready for someone who appreciates an inspiring and restful environment. Skylights and large windows pours in natural light. The dramatic vaulted redwood ceiling and zen-influenced upper bathroom bring a sense of warmth and tranquility to the lofted suite. Bring your imagination and personal lifestyle to the spacious main floor, with flexible floor plan, built-in features, modern appliances, and a powder room. Find out why John King at SF Chronicles described this building with these words: “The best historic preservation retains not only the original architecture, but also a sense of the world from which the building emerged.”
The Mill Building was originally built in 1879, served as home of the Pacific Felt Company and was converted to 35 live/work units and 10 commercial units in 1999. Set near the uber-popular Mission Creek area and cutting-edge 20th Street corridor, this location is perfect for someone who enjoys the buzz of the hottest city scenes but also wants a retreat for solitude. Urban transportation options abound, as are gyms, grocery stores and parks.
720 York Street #228, San Francisco
1 Bed • 2 Bath
Offered at $1,150,000
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