This one-of-a-kind residence has been a source of inspiration through the years to numerous creative entrepreneurs and is one of the Citys best kept secrets. Tucked away behind an ornate gate off of Post Street in downtown San Francisco, this property spans over 3,500 square feet (per tax records) on four levels and is currently configured as a two bedroom, two bathroom property with infrastructure to support a small business. It is zoned both as a commercial space and as a single family home which translates to a huge upside for the new owner in terms of financing, rental income and adaptability to many uses. The property was built around 1900 and was redesigned by English architects Louis Kief and William Wells in the 1980s as their personal residence and atelier. Substantial upgrades were completed in 2006 by the current owners who used it as a home and as an office to house their creative agency. For the urban creative professional this is the ultimate live/work space strategically located between Mid-Markets tech community, Union Square shopping district, the Civic Centers cultural attractions and the thriving nightlife along Polk Street. Own a piece of San Francisco history and make your mark in a cool urban space.
Listing courtesy of Compass.