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Dramatic SoMa loft asks $1.79 million

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Mid-aughts abode benefits from recent renovation

Photos by Open Homes Photography

Built in 2007, which seems like a lifetime ago, at least in San Francisco, this tucked away residential building doesn’t look like much from outside. But once inside this SoMa pad, you’ll find a chic dwelling fit to be situated close to Rincon Hill and the burgeoning Transbay arrondissement.

Featuring two beds, two and one half baths, and approximately 2,095 square feet, 33 Clementina #6 comes with 18-foot-high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, glass-railed staircase, carpeted master bedroom, automatic shades, in-unit laundry, deck area, and more.

Did we mention the look? It’s pretty chic. Recently renovated, its most prominent feature is the light fixture with scarlet shade in the dining area. A dramatic twist with nary an Edison bulb in sight. Refreshing.

Asking is $1,795,000.