A Converted Warehouse Loft in the San Francisco Bay Area Seeks $950K
Nestled in the heart of Emeryville, California, across the bay from San Francisco, the Horton Street Lofts were originally built in 1917 and converted in 1993. Today, it offers 15 live/work spaces that rarely see the market, though one has just surfaced for $950,000.
The two-level space spans over 1,600 square feet with an open floor plan and 19-foot ceilings. Light pours into the ground-floor living room from a series of small windows inset into the panels of the old garage door. The public area continues with an open dining room and kitchen set adjacent to the living area.
Throughout the two-bedroom space, exposed wooden beams and concrete walls pay homage to its industrial past. The lower level rounds out with one bedroom at the back, along with a laundry area and half-bath. The entire second-floor loft area is occupied by the master suite, which is topped by a dramatic, peaked skylight. Scroll ahead to see more.
4300 Horton Street, #5, in Emeryville, California, is currently listed for $950,000 by Andy Read and Ana Obyrne of Caldecott Properties.
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