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175 Bluxome at 175 Bluxome Street

Although technically in San Francisco's vibrant SoMa district, 175 Bluxome Street is literally within a block of Mission Bay and South Beach.  Designed by San Francisco based Mark Horton Architecture, 175 Bluxome is a 102-unit loft complex built in 1997 and updated in 2005.

With open floor plans and high ceilings, the loft-style condominiums at 175 Bluxome offer a variety of floor plans, including single-story one-bedroom condos and two-bedroom lofts that feature a master bedroom on an upstairs sleeping mezzanine.  Many units cluster around a landscaped central courtyard that offers a relaxing gathering place for residents.  Amenities for loft homes at 175 Bluxome vary.  Some have deeded parking and private patios, while all enjoy the availability of the glass-enclosed elevator (which is a stand out feature of the courtyard), in-unit laundries, and the availability of bicycle storage.

Lofts for sale at 175 Bluxome Street, San Francisco

175 Bluxome Street Lofts for Sale, SF December 11, 2018
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Avg. DOM
$985.09
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$925,000
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175 Bluxome Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
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175 Bluxome Street San Francisco, CA 94107
1 of 36
$925,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
BEDS
2
BATHS
2
SQ.FT.
939
BUILT
1998
ON SITE
75Days
MLS
476735
Smart floor plan, well maintained with upgraded finishes and designer lighting, soaring ceilings along with exceptional separation of space. It's all here for you! The guest bedroom has phenomenal...

Access to freeways and public transportation is quick and convenient for residents of 175 Bluxome.  The San Francisco CalTrain station is just around the corner, while BART stations, the Financial District, and downtown San Francisco are just a few short blocks away.

For more information about 175 Bluxome at 175 Bluxome Street, or assistance in buying or selling a San Francisco loft, contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate.

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