A four-floor penthouse in an iconic working San Francisco clock tower is on sale for $6 million
- A historic San Francisco penthouse in a clock tower went on sale in 2016 for $8.5 million and eventually went off the market without selling.
- Now, it's back on the market and asking $6 million.
- The penthouse has exclusive access to three stories of the tower, plus the "clock room" where occupants both get a great view of the city and the working gears of the enormous clock.
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This penthouse in the Clock Tower of San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood just went back on the market for a reduced asking price of $6 million, SFGate reported.
Nearly 100 years ago, the building was originally part of Max Schmidt Lithography Printing Co., at the time the largest printer on the West Coast. It was redesigned in 1993 by architect David Baker, who transformed the space into 127 lofts.The couple who bought the penthouse when it first went on the market listed it for sale in 2016, asking $8.5 million, then lowering the price to $6.25 million. The listing never sold and went off the market. Now it's back, with updates and a lower asking price.
For the price, potential owners would get 3,000 square feet of indoor space, plus a 1,300 square foot wraparound deck.
Compass currently has the listing.
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