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Industrial SoMa warehouse loft asks $2.4 million

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Features exposed piping and concrete floors

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Nina Hatvany of Pacific Union

Located in the Mullen Building and designed by SF architect George Hauser, this SoMa space, which was transformed from warehouse into live/work space during the first dot-com ballyhoo, is quintessential SoMa living, from the exposed pipes above to the concrete flooring below.

Featuring three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and 2,623 square feet, 60 Rausch, #201 comes with a wall of massive windows, a birdcage chandelier, and a custom-built library with sliding barn door. It even boasts a fresh-air ventilation system, as well as water filtration.

Being in SoMa, it also comes with all of the trappings the well-coffered tech sect enjoy: Nest thermostat, LED lighting, and Sonos sound system, just to name a few.

Asking is $2,400,000.