Esprit Park Brick and Timber Conversion Loft

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Jason Buttorf presents:

New Price:Back to 2016 Prices!


About this home's










  • 1 bed + Bonus Room / 2 bath condo
  • Brick and timber conversion loft
  • Gourmet Kitchen:
    • Bertazzoni gas range
    • Liebherr refrigerator
    • Bosch dishwasher
  • Engineered hardwood floors
  • 2-zone radiant floor heating
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • 1 assigned parking & storage unit
  • Electric vehicle charger accessible
  • Locked bike storage available
  • $588.47/month HOA dues
  • Fitness center and theater
  • Locked bike storage room
  • Best location and HOA in Dogpatch!

Loft Style / Esprit Charm

This sought after brick and timber conversion loft from the old Esprit clothing headquarters, and originally from the 1906 Schilling Wine Cellars, has a large open floorplan, 2 bedrooms with 2 ensuite full baths and gorgeous details, luxury kitchen, radiant heat floors, and unique character.  The loft is bookended by a mature Redwood tree at one end and the tranquil water fountain courtyard on the other end, and leaves you feeling like you escaped the city, despite being in the best location in Dogpatch!


The renaissance of the Dogpatch neighborhood just keeps getting better, and this condo puts you in the center of the action to enjoy all the fabulous Dogpatch shops & restaurants, events at the Chase Center, the redeveloped waterfront, or perhaps a short stroll to Esprit Park w/ your dog.. The home is complete with in-unit laundry, 1 car parking, storage locker, secure bike and parcel rooms, and electric car charger accessibility. Add'l HOA amenities include Google Fiber internet, a gym, theater, & daily cleaning. This Dogpatch home is a walker's paradise, centrally located to 3rd St. & 22nd St. commercial corridors, the Chase Center, Crane Cove Park, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, Caltrain, Muni T-Line, and the 101 & 280 hwy

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Saturday, October 15, 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Wednesday, October 19, 2:30 - 4:00


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851 Indiana Street #303

First inhabited by the families of maritime and industrial workers, Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake far more intact than almost any other neighborhood.  In 2002, this part of town was officially designated as a historic district of the city of San Francisco.  Each of the older homes in Central Waterfront is a particular piece of history.  A great many former factories and warehouses have been transformed into live/work lofts, exciting restaurants, or technology incubators.  The proximity of this neighborhood to all types of transportation including the 3rd street Muni Light Rail, Caltrain, and Highways 101 and 280 make it uniquely situated for business and residential use.  Across 16th Street is Mission Bay, which is the new headquarters for the UCSF Research campus, Benioff Children's Hospital, the Uber campus, and the Chase Center arena for the Golden State Warriors.  Food lovers who call Dogpatch home are treated to a wide array of innovative local options including Piccino, Ungrafted, Souvla, Neighbor Bakehouse, Longbridge Pizza, Gilberth's, Wooly Pig, Marcella's Lasagneria, and Mission Rock Resort.  And you can just imagine the interesting spaces some of these eateries inhabit.  The new Palm Court restaurant is located within the RH signature showplace in the meticulously restored old Bethlehem Steel building.  Mainstay Market and a nearby Whole Foods help supplement ingredients for all the diehard home cookers, who are already spoiled by second-to-none specialty shops like Olivier's Butchery, DIG Wines, and La Fromagerie that are just steps from their door.  Dogpatch is also surrounded by some enormously appealing neighborhoods including Mission Bay and Potrero Hill's 18th Street and 20th Street corridors, which features even more trendy bars, cafes, and restaurants.  Locals love gathering at Esprit Park for a relaxing break while their dogs romp and socialize.  And you're always just a skip and a jump from downtown, where folks can enjoy the farmers’ market at the Ferry Plaza and a nice waterfront stroll.  Both Dogpatch and Central Waterfront offer a plethora of residential real estate options.  1860 Victorian cottages live side by side with exquisite mid-rises featuring penthouse views, private patios, and garages.  Historic buildings offer expansive windows in live/work environments full of exposed brick, period details, and loads of character.