This classic Leather District loft is the ideal creative environment for both work + play.
Converted 10 years ago and subsequently renovated, this loft is a perfect canvas for open plan living.
Located on the 3rd floor, this unit is one of 16 in a modest-sized elevator building with high owner-occupancy.
Huge southwest-facing windows fill the living space and adjoining home office area with natural light.
12 foot-high ceilings and a bright south-western exposure add to this loft's sense of space + light.
Original hardwood floors have been polished and preserved throughout the loft.
Adjoining the main living space is the kitchen alcove.
Separate from the main space, the kitchen has been designed as an efficient workspace.
'Form and function come into their own within the design of the kitchen alcove.'
The breakfast bar forms a natural partition between the kitchen and the main living space.
Immediately adjoining the kitchen is a pantry closet, which houses a stack washer/dryer unit.
Electric heat pump/forced hot air system provides heat and air conditioning throughout the loft.
Adjacent to the dining area of the loft is the main bedroom, adjoining walk-in wardrobe and full bathroom.
The main bedroom is large enough to accommodate a king-size bed with side tables.
Adjoining the main bedroom is a walk-in wardrobe with California Closet built-ins.
The entrance foyer to the loft includes additional storage closets and access to the unit's full bathroom.
The bathroom features marble tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with marble tile tub surround.
The bathroom also includes a custom-built vanity with dress mirror and bright task lighting.
The entrance to the unit from the 3rd floor common area hallway.
The building features an elevator, the maintenance of which is included in the condo fee.
Residents enjoy the convenience of a common roof deck and basement storage bins.
Lobby also features a ramp for easy disabled access.
The lobby features secure, off-street mailboxes and intercom system.
'Exterior of the 150 Lincoln Street loft condominiums.\r\n\r\nLocated between Chinatown and the historic Leather District