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  • Address:
    300 Beale Street #303, San Francisco, CA, 94105
  • Neighborhood:
    South Beach,
    San Francisco
  • Sq. Ft.
    Sq. Ft.
  • Info:
    Bedrooms: 2
    Baths: 1
    Parking: 1
  • Price:
    $1,032 / Sq. Ft.

Property Description

Rare two-bedroom industrial loft at The Embarcadero Lofts. Unit 303 features a spacious open layout, with 11' ceiling heights & grand scale industrial windows overlooking a lush treelined street. The primary bedroom features two custom closets & direct bathroom access. The second bedroom is on the mezzanine level overlooking the living room. The generous kitchen is large & has a breakfast counter which effortlessly flows through the expansive dining & living room. There is an office nook with ample morning sun exposure. Storage & parking complete this home. 300 Beale St. is in one of the best locations in South Beach. Around the corner is Folsom St, the treelined retail thoroughfare of the neighborhood, with coffee shops, restaurants, grocery stores & gyms. Just 1.5 blocks away is the Transbay Terminal & Sales Force Park, a 5.4 acre park, 5 floors above the city street. The Embarcadero is located, just blocks away, making this one San Francisco's most desirable & convenient locations.

Price Insights

Estimate $1,350,000
Price per Square Foot $1,032 / Sq. ft.

Home Facts

Interior Area (Sq. Ft.) 1,337
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Year Built 1937
Parking 1
Status closed
Days on Market 69
MLS (closed) 421567139
Property Type Condominium

Property Location

  • * Listing Courtesy of: Compass
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Listing Details for 300 Beale Street #303

Parking Information
  • Parking: 1
  • On Site - Assigned (Condo Only)

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