Real Estate Report: Sublimely Simple Loft in San Francisco, $1.55M, Fluffy Chairs Not Included


355 Bryant is one of San Francisco’s great timber-and-brick loft buildings, and one the first conversions, dating back to 1992. In this loft owned by interior designer Steve Volpe there’s a classic  John Dickinson galvanized steel console we’d kill for.  The fluffy lambswool chairs aren’t bad either.

The Basics: a 1-bedroom, 2-bath loft in San Francisco’s SoMA neighborhood, new to the market and asking $1.55M.

Not So Basic: 355 Bryant Street was re-invented as residential lofts by architect David Baker. This unit is exceptional for having very little done that interferes with the wide-open spaces, and it faces the building’s courtyard, eliminating traffic noise and filtering the light. The collection of furniture is exceptional as well, making the listing a total treat, and also a lesson in how much scale and restraint figure into wide-open spaces. And cash— a similar John Dickinson console recently sold for $33.6K at Christies.

And the kitchen’s not bad at all, as much a gallery as a place to have a party:

Upstairs in the sand-blasted timbers, an office area overlooking the main space, and the sleeping area:

More images and details at the realtor’s exceptional site, below:

Listing: 355 Bryant Street #101, San Francisco [Neal Ward]

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