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Bright and airy Emeryville loft asks $950K

This warehouse conversion comes with natural light galore

What once was a warehouse garage door is now the home’s front door and facade tricked out with windows aplenty.
Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Caldecott Properties

Located on a tree-studded street in Emeryville sits a circa-1917 warehouse, converted into a loft in 1993, and up for grabs today for $950,000.

Spread out across 1,649 square feet, 4300 Horton, #5 comes with two bedrooms and one and one half bathrooms. The loft combines concrete, natural wood beams, and windows. Lots of windows. Many of which can be found gracing the front wall—a series of small windows make up much of the facade—or atop the master bedroom, beautifully vaulted in cathedral skylight form.

Other highlights here include a catwalk area just off the master bedroom, a laundry room with stacked washer and dryer, a remodeled kitchen with subway tile backsplash tile, hardwood and polished concrete flooring, and a ceiling fan.

The listing is through Andy Read and Ana Obyrne of Caldecott Properties.

A new kitchen highlights the open-floor concept.
The cathedral skylights in the master bedroom come with retractable curtains.
The catwalk doubles as a makeshift office.
A colorful hallway.
The second bedroom.