[The Examiner's chosen illustration; not so illustrative, right?]
Another Curbed SF listing or public service announcement? Did anyone else notice how the SF Examiner's weekend edition (both in print and online) printed a feature on 67-69 Belcher Street under the headline "This Home is Where the Art Is," but then neglected to print any interior shots of what looks to be a very promising home and gallery space? Enter Curbed SF, not to claim the scoop on it— the place has been on the market since September, after all, and others have written about as such— but to give you a more thorough look inside. But before the peep show, a few obligatory facts: 8,000 sq. ft. including 2,000 sq. ft. artist's studio. 3-bedrooms, 2-baths. Multi-story, 15,000 sq. ft. living room, outdoor fountain, catwalk (meow) Luxe kitchen, 2 car parking ... you see where we're going with this. Asking $6,999,000 with property taxes rolling in at approximately $89,700— ( Belcher came on the market at the same price, FYI.) Sotheby's realtor Frederick Alderdyce calls the property the most unique he has ever seen. Let's take a look.
UPDATE— A reader sent in another pic of the artist studio set up. Shout out to all the ceramicists and potters out there. Also, note the Google mappage (expect to see more of that from here on out).
Here's one you won't find on the MLS— a ceramic kiln (most definitely situated in the artist studio!)