301 11th St.

1 BR, 1 BA San Francisco Loft for Sale
$765,000

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Jackson Brewery 301 11th St.

Address: 301 11th Street
Community: Jackson Brewery
Neighborhood: SOMA
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1 BA
Style: Loft
Sold: $765,000

For more information about this upcoming brick and timber view loft conversion, please contact Todd Montgomery via email at todd@climbsf.com.

Life at Jackson Brewery provides you with the epitome of San Francisco loft conversion living.  Perched in a historic landmark, the panoramic views from this corner loft encompass a glimpse of Twin Peaks and Buena Vista Park across the downtown San Francisco skyline to the tops of the Bay Bridge and Mission Bay.  Located in a small 7-unit building, this rare home contains elegant and detailed designs, high-end amenities while retaining the building’s historic integrity, exposed brick and heavy-steel structural beams. Only in this corner brick converted space does a true urbanite experience the authentic loft experience. 

This extraordinary Jackson Brewery Loft celebrates the qualities of true loft living.   The feeling of authenticity is evident the moment you step foot in this dramatic converted warehouse.  The long gallery entrance adds to the drama as you take in the massive steel beams.  The concrete floors step up to a newly refinished white maple hardwood floor throughout providing a consistency and light to the space.  Soaring ceiling height, exposed red brick, and concrete ceilings provide the perfect backdrop for this space.  The Living Room features large casement window that goes to the floor, black solar shades, a walnut bookcase and entertainment center.

Double French doors open to a private, deeded outdoor deck captures the views north of downtown skyline and east over the tops of the Bay Bridge.  The dark wood-stained deck is perfect for entertaining with ample room for casual seating and BBQs.  This dramatic rooftop space becomes an extension of the living room and the location for al fresco dinner parties, Blue Angels, or taking in the fireworks after a Giant’s victory. 

The Kitchen has been completely remodeled with espresso cabinetry, a wall of white subway tiles, new stainless steel appliances, GE Profile refrigerator, and Caestarstone counter tops.  The sink overlooks the views of the city.  There is room for a dining table that can accommodate dinner guests or simply a place to work casually.

The Master Bedroom is enclosed by an ingenious Sliding Door system which provides privacy while offering the flexibility of an open plan NYC-style loft living.  A large closet has double sliding doors.  There is ample room for a bed, dressing area, or conversation seating area.  There is also an opportunity for a home office for those looking for an office alcove.  The large window provides great light and views of the city skyline.

The Master Bathroom has a refinished vanity with Caesarstone counter tops, new fixtures, sink, and custom framed mirror.  There is a shower-over-tub and concrete floors.  Additional storage and Washer/Dryer provide further utility.  There is one car deeded parking.

The Jackson Brewery holds a special place in San Francisco commercial and architectural history. Founded in the 1850’s, the brewery began operations in these new quarters in 1912. This remarkable building was designed by James T. Ludlow in the Romanesque Revival style popular at the turn of the century. Prohibition closed the brewery and it was never again used for its original purpose. Now it will share once again its rich tradition and grace with a few fortunate owners as their living and work space. The centerpiece tower building has been completely renovated (including a full seismic upgrade) into seven stunning live/work condominiums. Designed by the award-wining architectural firm Siegel & Strain, each unit takes advantage of expansive city views and the unique interior spaces of the original brewery.

Located at the western edge of SOMA, this Jackson Brewery loft places you at the intersection where Soma meets the Inner Mission, Potrero Hill, and Mission Bay.  11th Street is also home to some of the city’s most noteworthy restaurant and dining venues including Bar Agricole, Una Pizzeria Napoletana, Chez Spencer, Basil Canteen.  Nearby cafes are Sightglass Coffee, The Stable, Coffee Bar, and Peet’s Coffee.  Some of best of SOMA nightlife are outside your door including Beatbox, Slim’s, DNA Lounge, Butter, and Holy Cow.  Modern conveniences such as The Safeway, Trader Joes, 24 Hour Fitness, are nearby Potrero Hill and the Inner Mission.

* Square footage and other information was received from third party sources. Such information has not been, and will not be, verified by Climb Real Estate Group. If important to buyers, this information must be verified by buyer's own investigation.

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