15 Brush Place

Sold for $2,600,000

5 Brush Place is an intriguing SOMA loft space located on a sleepy back street in a vibrant and exciting neighborhood. The property offers radiant heat cement floors, one full and one half accessible baths, a main floor with approximately 2600 square feet of usable space and a mezzanine level of about 675 square feet with kitchenette and open space. The property presents its next owner with a myriad of options for use. The loft space currently consists of one building that sits on two lots totaling 3750 square feet (50 x 75) per tax records. The current owner has used the contemporary wrought iron fenced and gated area in front of the building for off street parking for as many as 5-6 cars.

Updated 10 years ago, the creative space offers two-zone radiant heat system on the ground level, 220V wiring, on demand hot water system, one and half accessible bathrooms with huge walk in shower, 12’ roll up door, sheet rocked and painted, storage galore and a minimum of 20 feet of ceiling height off the main floor throughout. An artistic selection of materials, including metal, glass, cement, lighting, insulation and sheet rock give the loft its urban feel and vibe. 

The property is zoned RED (Residential Enclave District) and has been structurally upgraded with beams to potentially add another level. It is currently being used as a photography studio and office space. Buyers should investigate the future use of the property with the San Francisco Building and Planning Department. 

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