Just five days after hitting the market at $1.395M, a one-bedroom loft with what brokers are contractually required to call unique decor has cut its price by $100K. The 1,229-square-foot apartment, which was part of San Francisco's first-ever loft conversion at the Heublein Building back in 1989, has all of the gorgeous features of a downtown loft, from a big industrial window to exposed concrete and columns. However, its current owner has decked it out with overwrought chandeliers and way too much purple. Even at its new price of $1.295M, the condo is part of San Francisco's very expensive one-bedroom trend, so any buyer will either have to make peace with that purple and black bathroom or just, ah, gut the thing.
· 601 4th Street #310 [Redfin]
· Past coverage of the Heublein Building [Curbed SF]