1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1 Parking | 1,229 sqft

Heublein Wines | Lofty Lines

Located in the iconic Heublein Building, a former wine storage warehouse built in 1916 and subsequently redeveloped in 1989 into live-work lofts by the development team of Holliday Development and David Baker & Associates, this stunning 1,229-square foot south-facing loft condominium features authentic details reminiscent of its warehouse architecture, such as soaring concrete ceilings, free-standing concrete columns, hardwood floors, multiple levels and a massive industrial-sized window.

With an abundance of natural light, this open-plan loft boasts over 12' high ceilings, a grand entrance foyer and a half-flight of stairs that lead up to the spacious living and dining areas. Updated with high-gloss white cabinets and drawers, the renovated kitchen includes stainless steel appliances and expansive quartz countertops, perfect for cooking and entertaining. Nestled at the back of the loft, the spacious bathroom features an oversized vanity with two sinks, a fully tiled tub/shower combo and plenty of storage space. 

Floating above on the upper mezzanine level is a private and secluded sleeping loft and a spacious office (or den or overnight guest space!) that looks over the lower level below. With a walk-in closet, a brand new washer-dryer and on-site parking, this home offers the urban dweller an abundance of space that is hip, flexible and downright cool.

And better yet, the Heublein Building is a short stroll from Caltrans, the Ballpark and multiple amenities that make South Beach the most coveted downtown neighborhood in San Francisco.