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1890s Mission District brewery turned home asks $4.5 million

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Exterior of Mission home with castle-like top Photos via Redfin

Once a nineteenth brewery building—home of Enterprise Brewing Company, which opened in 1892 and closed in 1914—the onetime house of suds at 1 Enterprise acted as a variety of spaces throughout the years, including an art studio in the 1960s.

It has since undergone a major renovation and transformed into a single-family home. And what a home it is. Redone with a contemporary touch, some of the building’s old look remains intact, like the wood furnishings and exposed beams.

The facade’s original crenelation top is a rare treat too.

Featuring four beds, two and a half baths, and 4,800 square feet, 1 Enterprise is an exceptional space, one that seeks a buyer who wants to not only call this place home, but also use it to incubate entrepreneurial pursuits.

Which is to say, this live/work space would be ideal for someone with money to burn who also wants use the former brewery as a business space. Per the listing, the home has been “reborn as an immersive environment for art making plus entrepreneurial pursuits.”

Asking is $4,500,000.