Sophisticated City Living in New York Style Loft with Private Pent Room

Sold: 340 Ritch Street #5

San Francisco, CA

  • Offered at $ 998,000
  • Sold: $1,005,000 on 10/04/2022
  • Seller Represented


  • Top floor sophisticated two-level loft in boutique 8-unit building
  • One bedroom + mezzanine and open air “pent room”
  • Soaring ceiling height with dramatic floor to ceiling windows
  • Dramatic interior design with floating staircase to private roof top “pent room” and oversized designer chandelier
  • Open and spacious living/dining/kitchen great room
  • Kitchen features:
    • Painted farmhouse style kitchen cabinets with stylish gold pulls
    • Stainless appliances
    • Quartz marble-style counters
  • Herringbone Oak Floors
  • Refreshed bath with new floor and vanity and shower over tub
  • Mezzanine features oversized California Closet style dressing/storage area + separate office space
  • Quick access to surrounding tech companies, FiDi and freeways
  • Laundry in-unit (closet in kitchen)
  • 1 car garage parking + private, secure storage located in the garage
  • Quick access to surrounding tech companies, FiDi, CalTrain and freeways
  • Close to Oracle Park, Chase Arena, Yerba Buena, Moma
  • Easy shopping: 1 block to Safeway, 3 blocks to Whole Foods and just a few more to Trader Joe’s
  • Year built: 1994
  • Square footage: 1,476 sq ft per Graphic Artist
  • HOA Dues: $500
  • Walkscore/BikeScore/RiderScore: 94/94/92

Sophisticated City Living in New York Style Loft with Private Pent Room

The word “loft” evokes sophistication, height, space and air.  We think of cultural icons and their parties, photography, creating art, even dancing (or, maybe, Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Perkins jumping on a trampoline in BIG?  Sometimes I do… ). We also think of access provided by superlative urban locations, cool locations not previously thought of as “residential,” close to everything.  340 Ritch is a loft where you can find inspiration and recharge between urban adventures as well as entertain in style and maybe achieve some creations of your own. Upon entry you are presented with dramatic floor to ceiling windows divided into art deco style square lites. The well appointed, spacious kitchen has plenty of cabinets for the serious cook to work while friends and companions enjoy the spacious living space. Up one flight there is a large sleeping area and full bath, twin catwalks looking down over the living space. One catwalk has been transformed into a huge open closet with an extensive California Closets style system to make your clothes and personal effects look like well organized décor. The other side is convenient as a home office or gym with an additional enclosed closet. From here, a staircase ascends to the private open air pent room on the roof which in turn accesses the shared building roof deck both with panoramic downtown views. Interior details are well designed and thought out for a feeling that is at once contemporary and rooted in the past.  The kitchen’s look with marble style quartz, gold handles and grey cabinets compliments the grounding and traditional feeling herringbone oak floors, while the oversized black chandelier and wallpaper choices bring a modern, even edgy, contemporary style to the home. One car easy independent parking completes the amenities.

The building itself fits right into the neighborhood with its brick façade disguising it’s 1994 construction. It is nestled between charming South Park and Oracle Park (Go GIANTS!) and steps from dozens of culinary landmarks (think Saison and 25 Lusk or the SF Ferry Building Farmer’s Market).  Quick access to Salesforce, Google, Dropbox, LinkedIn, both the South and traditional Financial Districts, CalTrain and seconds from freeways south or the Bay Bridge, this is the perfect SF location for a primary residence or a pìed a Terre.

340 Ritch Street, San Francisco, CA, USA
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