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.
- 60 Rausch, #201 [Nina Hatvany of Pacific Union]