Once owned by late artist Rex Ray, noted as one of the first artists to use Mac technology in his work, this loft inside the emerald-hued Allied Box Factory in the Mission lands on the market this week.
The loft, unit M202, comes with two bedrooms, one bathroom, approximately 1,500 square feet. It also features large exposed timber, soaring ceilings, and a private outdoor patio. There’s even a separate bedroom/office located directly across the hall. (Ray purchased both units shortly after the old warehouse was converted into lofts in 2001 during the first dot-com wave.)
The interiors here are sparse and simple with floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed piping, and loads of succulents on the aforementioned patio. A graceful breath of fresh air compared to the gaggle of newer constructions in the Mission.
And before smudging the place with sage smoke, the loft’s realtor says that Ray once spent time with David Bowie here.
Asking is $1,599,000 through Ryan Dailey of Compass.