Loft 139 at 139 Stillman Street

Loft 139 is a small, eight-unit loft development on the edge of San Francisco's SoMa district.  Its location at 139 Stillman Street actually puts Loft 139 right on the borders of SoMa, Yerba Buena, and South Beach - giving residents some of the best that San Francisco has to offer in the terms of a hip lifestyle combined with practicality and convenience.

Built in 2005, Loft 139 is a compact 5-story building.  Each of the eight units at 139 Stillman Street features one bedroom and one or 1.5 baths, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and stone countertops.  Most of the lofts also have a small, private patio or deck.  Other amenities include a common roof deck, extra storage space within the building, and enclosed parking.

Loft 139 is in a terrific location - perfect for walking to restaurants and shops, including Whole Foods Market, which is not even two blocks away.  AT&T Park is nearby, as is the San Francisco CalTrain station.  Heading in the opposite direction, the Powell Street BART station is just down the street and the Bayshore Freeway is, quite literally, just outside the front door.

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