Perched high above San Francisco, the one-of-a-kind residence offers the unique chance to live within the city’s historic four-story clocktower.
If you’ve ever roamed the streets of SoMa in San Francisco, there’s a good chance you spotted a soaring clocktower. Located at 461 2nd Street, the iconic structure has long intrigued residents and travelers alike since it completed construction in the 1920s. While it originally served as the headquarters to Max Schmidt Lithography Company—once the largest printing company on the West Coast—the building was radically reimagined in 1993 into numerous live/work spaces. Now, its most visible residence, the Clocktower Penthouse, is up for grabs.
Having had just one owner since it first became a residence over a quarter-century ago, the four-story penthouse is in impeccable condition and well equipped for modern-day living. Spanning across 3,000 square feet, the home boasts an airy, open layout that’s perfect for entertaining. Its 1,300-square-foot deck creates an instant indoor/outdoor connection, while also framing captivating skyline views.
Two bedrooms and two baths are located on the main floor, alongside an updated kitchen and two spacious living areas. A private-use patio is also available on this floor. The additional three levels of the abode offer a game room and home office, as well as a large entertaining space in the full-functioning clock room itself. Scroll ahead to take a peek inside the property, currently listed for $6,000,000.
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