Sold: 735 Clementina Street, SOMA
Rohit Khare stashed this in potpourri
Stashed in: Real Estate
What: Stunning Reclaimed & Repurposed Commercial Warehouse with Character, Enigineering and Eco-Friendly Features on a Street in Transition Next to Future Folsom Boulevard Streetscape
Type: Commercial warehouse renovation circa 2010
How Much: List Price: $2,395,000, sold at $2,605,000, All-cash 7-day close (+108.8% of list)
Who Was Kevin’s Client: Young, tech-, fashion- and finance-savvy couple transplanting from their SOHO loft to their new SOMA prized home.
Commentary: This home at 735 Clementina was just a falling-down warehouse 6 years ago, but the sellers bought it for $800,000 and invested nearly $1M remodeling that turned 735 into one of the most stunning urban loft homes I’ve ever seen with 2200 sqft of living area blending custom features, reclaimed wood, steel, brick and glass with ultra chic amenities like an in-ground wine cellar, reinforced engineering features and green features like a complete gray-water recapture system, solar panels, rooftop terrace garden (that was featured here) and comforts like radiant heat, a massive skylight, installation art involving a Ham-radio tower and even a disco ball.
Did I mention the massive 13-foot tall walk-in closet complete with its own air filtration system? There were a lot of intricacies on this one with addenda, verification of the soundness of the property’s engineering and just working through everything you’d expect when buying and selling in such a compressed time period. But this is what you do to win the property away from at least 2 other bidders.
Listed for $2.395M, sold at $2.605M with a 30-day free rent-back period for the sellers (who are selling everything to go travel the world — no, really).
What about the 4 story tall bag of vinegar?
That real estate agent is working the social media.
I love this guy's website! About the most expensive one-bedroom property on the market he says, "Look under the couch for extra change, people."