Just when you thought you’ve seen it all in San Francisco’s insane Real Estate market, something like this comes along. An 1,185 sq ft loft in Western SOMA district sold for $1,053,000. One thing the listing doesn’t mention? The GIANT diagonal support beam that cuts right through the kitchen.
As a a real estate professional I have never seen anything like it. I can’t figure out why the floor plan wasn’t designed in a way to hide that hideous beam inside a wall or something.
Oh well, the apartment still sold. Based on the listing features, there were plenty of other benefits to overlook the massive eye sore and tripping hazard in the kitchen.
Listing source: boingboing