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Full-floor SoMa loft seeks $3.9 million

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This is what city living should look like

Photos by Dan Friedman, courtesy of Adam Gavzer at Compass

Hidden between Fifth and Fourth Street on the east side of SoMa sits a circa-1910 brick building, tucked away from the busy thoroughfares of Folsom and Howard. And inside this residential space, converted over the last decade into live-work homes, is a loft up for grabs for princely sum.

Coming in at two beds, three baths, and 3,452 square feet, 357 Tehama #3 features its original wood flooring (per the listing agent), brick walls, timber beams, and wood sash windows.

The top-floor home also boasts a chef’s kitchen, renovated bathrooms, a 1,000-bottle wine closet, dual shower in the master bath, a chandelier, and an elevator opening directly that opens directly into the loft.

HOAs are $621/month. Asking is $3,995,000.

357 Tehama #3 [Alicia Giovannini, Compass]