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Converted 1927 SOMA Warehouse Wows to the Tune of $2.9 Million

A refreshing break from the Victorian-lifestyle

Everything in this converted, design-heavy SOMA warehouse is what city living should be like, provided you can pay the price and yearn for a decidedly urban life.

This 1927 warehouse at 735 Clementina, nestled between Eighth and Nine Streets, has been fully renovated with contemporary touches. It features two bedrooms, two baths, two floors, and approximately 1,900 square feet inside with 1,200 square feet on the private deck.

In addition to being green (this sleek abode uses solar power and grey water reclamation systems) and having radiant heat, it comes pre-wired for Apple TV and Amazon's Alexa. And the decor is bright and airy, like the structure itself, with whimsical touches—e.g., the Clementina poster.

But the showstopper inside this SOMA condo is the dramatic 35-foot long skylight that accents both the interior and private terrace exterior.

Asking price for this unique home is $2,950,000.

735 Clementina [Kevin and Jonathan of Vanguard Properties]