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Ex-Movie Palace in Lower Haight Will Act Like Condo for $995K

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The Theatre Lofts in the Lower Haight were adapted into lofts by architect George Hauser back in 2001, and unit 207 is now on the market for the first time since it was sold in the early aughts by the developer. Before going condo, the building was a movie palace built in 1926, and the exterior still looks more commercial than residential. Inside, however, the lofts are filled with a combination of high ceilings, big industrial windows, and sexy exposed concrete that is more common in SoMa than the Lower Haight. The loft for sale was originally a one-bedroom but has 1,311 square feet of space and has been comfortably acting as a two-bedroom for its current owners.

Unit 207 is asking $995,000, and offering a lot for that price, including two parking spots. There is a separate den off the master bedroom, a fireplace downstairs, and lots and lots of light. HOA dues are only $488 per month. The unit does, however, have some downsides. The kitchen and bathrooms aren't super-luxurious, and the advertised "private roof deck" kind of just looks like a tar-covered roof that the stagers threw some nice deck chairs onto.

· 560 Haight Street #207 [Redfin]

Theatre Lofts

560 Haight St., San Francisco, CA