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Sold | 960 Harrison | SOMA |  $4,850,000

Having originally planned on listing just Unit D, followed by Units C, B, then A, I’m happy to report we just closed on all four units at once at 960 Harrison for $4,850,000.


A beautiful boutique elevator building, with parking, situated in the vibrant SOMA District of San Francisco.
Units feature a designer chef’s kitchen with Bertazzoni gas range, Bosch appliances, Porcelanosa tile, Caesarstone counter tops, bar seating area, open layout to living area, wood floors, and custom walnut cabinets. In addition to the open living area, residences also contain off street bedrooms, and designer bathrooms with Aran cabinets (Italy), Ann Sacks tile, and Toto toilets. There is additional flexible space off the kitchen perfect for dining area, or office, as well as in unit W&D. Take the elevator directly to the units, enjoy views and natural light from every room, or go to the common area roof deck which will delight with panoramic city views.
Details: SOLD – $4,850,000
4X
2 bed
2 bath
1 parking
Open Floorplan
Views
Wood Floors
Designer Chef’s Kitchen
Bertazzoni Range
Bosch Appliances
Caesarstone Counter Tops
Custom Walnut Cabinets
Porcelanosa tile
Master Bedroom/Bath
Aran (Italian) Cabinets
Ann Sacks Tile
Skylights
Elevator to unit
Flexible Space
In unit W&D
SOMA Location
Exclusively Listed By:
Alexander Clark
theFrontSteps
Keller Williams Luxury Homes International
415-254-5351
[email protected]

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