A Warehouse Turned Industrial-Chic Dream Home Asks $6.5M in San Francisco

San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, once purely a warehouse district, is today home to a lively lineup of nightclubs, restaurants, tech companies, and art spaces. But perhaps no address epitomizes this locale better than 421 Tehama Street. Newly renovated, this industrial-chic former warehouse asking $6.5 million redefines loft living and features a perfect live-work atmosphere.

San Fran-based firms Knock Architecture & Design and Butler Armsden Architects fully revamped the property, emphasizing SoMa’s industrial past. The 5,279-square-foot open floor plan spans a ravishing three levels. On the first floor, a great room holds skylights and 20-foot ceilings that soar to the roof. Floor-to-ceiling walls of glass and steel, as well as exposed wood, brick, and concrete, mingle masterfully and pay homage to the space’s history.

Four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms flaunt industrial elements as well, offering charming, private enclaves. On the top floor, stylish home offices give off energetic start-up vibes, appropriate for The Golden City where fresh ideas and new companies are aplenty. The home is zoned for live/work as well, keeping possibilities open.

An expansive rooftop deck crowns the abode. Ideal for entertaining, this outdoor space completes the dreamy, urban oasis. Daniel DerVartanian of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.