Update: One month after relisting on the market, the MidMarket top-floor home at SoMa grand prunes $197,000 off its initial asking price. This brings the ask down to $1,998,000. Have at it, wealthy folks.
The penthouse at SoMa Grand landed off market recently. Highlights here include floor-to-ceiling windows, views of the city, custom finishes, and a wraparound terrace.
Sure, it’s contemporary from head to toe, boasting an open-floor plan that would be ideal for someone with loads of imagination. But best of all, the master bath comes with massive windows. Alas, many new San Francisco multimillion-dollar condos don’t come with bathroom windows.
Featuring three beds, two baths, and 1,630 square feet, the tony pad seeks $2,195,000.
- 1160 Mission, unit 2213 [Kevin Gueco and Nini Gueco]