701 Minna Street #17

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701 Minna #17

Located in San Francisco

Live large in your own tri-level SoMa loft!  This top floor unit has a well-designed layout and is ideal for the city dweller looking for separate spaces to work, live or host guests. The main level includes large living/dining area with fireplace, open kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances, and half bath. Downstairs is the enclosed master suite with fireplace,  separate media/family room, ample closet space and full bath. There's also an in-unit laundry closet with stacked washer/dryer. The additional loft bedroom on the top floor  has a full bath and gets nice natural light. You'll love the soaring ceilings and multiple skylights. One-car parking and additional storage cage in garage. Entertain on the shared roof deck and enjoy panoramic views. Awesome location in the heart of the SoMa tech scene near Twitter, Spotify, Zendesk and more. Pick up dinner at Harvest Urban Market or dine out at Dirty Water, Alta CA or one of the other nearby restaurants. Only a few blocks to BART/Muni, the theatre district, restaurants, bars and easy freeway access.

  • 2BR/2.5BA
  • 1778 sq ft, per tax records
  • HOA dues: $530.02/mo
  • Live/work loft
  • In-unit laundry
  • Independent parking
  • Storage cage
  • 97 Walk Score / 100 Transit Score / 98 Bike Score!
Status: Active
2 Bed  |  2 full & 1 half Baths
List: $1,195,000
1,778 Sq. Ft.

701 Minna #17

Located in San Francisco

Live large in your own tri-level SoMa loft!  This top floor unit has a well-designed layout and is ideal for the city dweller looking for separate spaces to work, live or host guests. The main level includes large living/dining area with fireplace, open kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances, and half bath. Downstairs is the enclosed master suite with fireplace,  separate media/family room, ample closet space and full bath. There's also an in-unit laundry closet with stacked washer/dryer. The additional loft bedroom on the top floor  has a full bath and gets nice natural light. You'll love the soaring ceilings and multiple skylights. One-car parking and additional storage cage in garage. Entertain on the shared roof deck and enjoy panoramic views. Awesome location in the heart of the SoMa tech scene near Twitter, Spotify, Zendesk and more. Pick up dinner at Harvest Urban Market or dine out at Dirty Water, Alta CA or one of the other nearby restaurants. Only a few blocks to BART/Muni, the theatre district, restaurants, bars and easy freeway access.

  • 2BR/2.5BA
  • 1778 sq ft, per tax records
  • HOA dues: $530.02/mo
  • Live/work loft
  • In-unit laundry
  • Independent parking
  • Storage cage
  • 97 Walk Score / 100 Transit Score / 98 Bike Score!
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