One South Park is a stunning, award-winning, warehouse conversion located on coveted South Park, in the heart of San Francisco’s dynamic South Beach. Originally built as a tobacco warehouse, this private, boutique building of 35 residences is a designated contributory building in the South End Historic District – a classification honoring the building’s architectural significance, high degree of integrity, and contribution to the historical character of the neighborhood.
Unit 305 is one of the most sought-after units at One South. Distinctive 12’ ceilings, enormous windows, and expansive northwest exposure, enable nature light to flood this home. The interior harmonizes rich, modern finish details with dramatic concrete and steel structural elements – a contemporary design achievement. Finishes include Studio Becker cabinetry, Bosch appliances, granite and limestone counters, Grohe plumbing fixtures, solid bamboo flooring. The owner added to these improvements by updating and adding high-end custom lighting and window coverings throughout.
An ideal unit layout includes a formal entry hall, which guides you to a large open floor plan -- the living, dining, and kitchen areas lookout on both South Park and 2nd Street. The bedrooms are private and located in their own wing, including a large master suite.
Just outside the door is coveted South Park -- a 550-foot oval around a private, grassy park. The Park was originally constructed in 1855 and modeled after a square in London, England, as a housing development of mansions and townhouses. Today, South Park continues to be one of San Francisco’s gems and most exclusive addresses.
Ever evolving, South Beach is now San Francisco's newest upscale destination neighborhood. Just south of the Financial District alongside the San Francisco Bay, South Beach enjoyed a major boom in the late 20th century, as high-tech startups set up shop and glittering residential condos rose to the sky. New developments along with thrilling nightlife and dining options give this neighborhood a heavily cosmopolitan air. Home buyers are easily enticed by the high rises and conversion lofts that pop up unexpectedly between designer furniture stores, art galleries and nightclubs. South Park is an unofficial hub for the neighborhood. This little park offers a playground, picnic areas and is surrounded by quaint cafes and restaurants. It was San Francisco's first gated community. In the midst of all the change in South Beach, walking the loop around South Park Avenue, one can easily go back in time to 1852 when privileged homeowners needed keys to enter their neighborhood. Now the area is home to architects, designers, photographers, restaurants and boutiques. You'll likely run into a friendly dog or two as well. Rapid development along with the presence of the new ball park, home of the San Francisco Giants, have greatly increased the level of public transit service. Muni's N-Judah streetcar takes off from the Caltrain Station at 4th and King Streets, zipping residents along the waterfront and downtown. Freeway access is exceptionally easy as well, making South Beach a commuter's dream come true. To the east, the Embarcadero is heaven for cyclists, joggers and walkers. Bay views will take your breath away. SOMA and Yerba Buena bordera South Beach to the west, offering world class cultural activities and nightlife into the wee hours of the morning.
Tuesday EVENING, January 29 (5:00p - 6:30p)
Wednesday, January 30 (10:30a - 12:00p)
Saturday, February 2 (2:00p - 4:00p)
Sunday BEFORE SUPERBOWL, February 3 (12:00p - 2:00p)
Tuesday, January 29 (2:00p - 3:30p)
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Andrew Roth / 415-786-6548 cell