The Odeon Condo at the Elevated Shops
SOLD - $1,045,000
Ultra Rare Union Square Condo
181 O'Farrell #314
Presented by Doug & Eddy
Bright Corner One-Bedroom Loft
The Odeon is a boutique twenty-nine unit elevator building located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, one block from iconic Union Square, and around the corner from the Powell Street Cable Car. This corner loft-style floor plan is framed on two sides by five huge windows allowing for great natural light and excellent views of the surrounding downtown neighborhood.
The main level of this unique loft incorporates modern features, including recessed lighting, new flooring, five built-in window seats, and a soaring eighteen-foot ceiling in the great room. A chef’s delight, the kitchen is outfitted with high-end appliances such as a Viking Professional gas range and refrigerator and a Bosch dishwasher and microwave/range hood, which vents to the exterior. Finishing this space are stone countertops and an abundance of cabinetry, perfect for storing all your kitchen supplies. This level includes a spacious half bath and a flex space that would make an efficient home office or perhaps creating a second bedroom for visiting family and friends. Completing this level is the in-unit full-sized washer and dryer housed in a closet that also provides room to store household cleaning essentials.
Upstairs, the spacious loft bedroom will comfortably accommodate a king-sized bed while leaving plenty of room for a home gym or Peloton bike. There are two large closets, one a generously sized walk-in, both are outfitted with custom shelving. The primary bathroom enjoys double sinks with plenty of counter space and vanity storage. This is truly a rare offering!
Virtual 360 Tour
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Downtown San Francisco
Walker’s Paradise -
Daily errands do not require a car.
Rider's Paradise -
World-class public transportation.
Biker's Paradise -
Mostly flat, excellent bike lanes.
Downtown San Francisco is the focal point of the city, especially from the tourist’s perspective, which is who Downtown is geared toward.
At its southeastern edge is Market Street, a melting pot of all things San Francisco. The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stops here at Powell Street, carrying tourists, local residents, and Bay Area commuters and visitors to the mecca of Downtown. Street performers rouse the crowds while the Cable Car turnaround gathers people in its line that loops up Powell Street.
Shopping is one of the main attractions of this area, luring in locals and visitors alike to the nexus of Union Square. This year-round gathering spot allows visitors a respite and a chance to take in all that the city has to offer. Making your way around the historic public square, you can see Sak’s Fifth Avenue, Niketown, Gucci, Neiman Marcus, Louis Vuitton, and Macy’s (which is famous for elaborate holiday window displays starring puppies, kittens, cats, and dogs available for adoption through the SPCA).
Hotels and restaurants also dominate the classic Downtown neighborhood and include the renowned and sophisticated St. Francis Hotel as well as the trendy Sir Francis Drake boutique hotel among many other accommodations. And dining leaves nothing to be desired with options from pizza slices and hot dogs to urban organic farm-to-table cuisine and celebrity chef destinations.
Downtown is a great hub for visitors, and an ideal neighborhood to call home for those who thrive on the racing pulse of big city living.