Sold for $1,320,000
Situated on a corner and flooded with wonderful light from huge windows on three sides, the open floor plan includes an enormous main level with areas for dining and entertaining, plus another huge room for lounging or work space. Remodeled kitchen features custom cabinets, Carrara marble counters, farmhouse sink, and retro appliances. A full bath completes this level. The loft is accessed via a spiral staircase, and includes a large closet plumbed for a second bath & laundry connections. Details of this unique live/work space include concrete & oak floors, exposed brick, soaring ceilings. Additional features include custom wallcoverings, window treatments and dramatic lighting by Ken Fulk Designs. Blocks to coveted neighborhood bars and restaurants, the Mill Building is one of the city’s true classic loft conversions. Built in 1886, the original building was a fabric warehouse/factory used by the Pacific Felt Company. Renovation/conversion was designed by Pfau-Long Architecture.