• $4,800
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,200 SqFt
  • McGuire# 511256


      Rent: $4,800

      Bed/Bath: 2bd / 2ba

      Type: Conversion Loft - Unfurnished

      Parking:  Available for $100/mo

      Terms:  1 Year Lease Terms     

      Available: May 15


Spacious 2BD / 2BA Open Floorplan Conversion Loft w/ Arched Window and Exposed Brick & Beams.

Inspired by the lofts prevalent in the eastern U.S. for so many decades, the original structure was built in 1906 by T.A. Roberts as a liquor and wine warehouse and bottling plant. Later known as the Kessler Building, it was used for many years as an import warehouse. It is currently listed by the City of San Francisco as an "Architecturally Significant Building." The developer made full use of the natural brick exterior, large arched windows, and high ceilings to create 50 lofts and 8 contemporary garden condominiums.

Unit Features:

  • 2nd floor unit with northern and southern exposures for lots of light
  • Unique split-level floor plan with two bedrooms or master suite and a home office or guest bedroom
  • Beautiful arched windows, exposed brick & beam and charcoal colored I-beam
  • L-shaped kitchen with maple cabinetry, custom countertops, and built-in butcher block table
  • Large bathroom with custom antique inspired vanity
  • Second full bathroom en-suite to master with oversized shower, lots of built-in storage and skylight
  • Second bedroom or office/guest bedroom on second level features a dramatic brick wall, arched window and additional storage accessed by library ladder
  • Ample closets and abundant storage plus space above closets for storage
  • Maple hardwood floors throughout, tile in bathroom
  • Washer/dryer in unit
  • 1-car parking available for $100/month.

This beautiful and spacious loft space is located in the Potrero Square Lofts on a quiet but sunny street across from Esprit Park in the Central Waterfront district in the vibrant and hip neighborhood of “The Dogpatch”.

Dogpatch, located along the 3rd Street corridor, offers history, unique architecture, and a few good culinary destinations, including RocketfishPiccino CafeSerpentineHard Knox Cafe and Just for You Cafe. Read Bon Appetit's write up about the Dogpatch's thriving food scene here.

  • Building features tranquil, quiet common courtyard with waterfalls
  • Conveniently located near freeways 280 and 101, 22nd Street Caltrain and T-Third Street light rail to downtown
  • Easy walking distance to shops, restaurants and entertainment
  • Great neighborhood for pets with Esprit Park across the street


Cross Street:

19th St


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About Central Waterfront / Dogpatch

At-a-Glance One of a few spaces in San Francisco to survive the 1906 earthquake largely unscathed, Dogpatch features some of the oldest structures in the City, many of which date from the 1860s. But with its history comes a past. In fact, Dogpatch was once considered to be the rougher, working-class part of town characterized by docks, warehouses, and shady goings-on. The dawn of the dot-com era in the early 1990s brought new life to Dogpatch  and with it, a radical transformation of warehouses into trendy, sought-after live/work lofts and condos that continues to this day. In a Word Hipster Living Here City dwellers who crave the sun will appreciate the climate in Dogpatch (if there&...

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