Exceptional Urban Living in the Heart of SOMA

 

7 Hallam Street #1C is a sunny bi-level 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with a gorgeous deck. The building is located within a South of Market enclave of warehouses, town-homes, and industrial buildings, and was built to mimic its industrial neighbors with a facade using warehouse materials. Off of dynamic Folsom Street, this condominium provides you with a retreat from a busy urban lifestyle with access to the best SOMA has to offer.

This condo features an inviting layout with the living area on the lower level and the kitchen, dining area, bedroom, and bathroom on the upper level. Off of the bedroom is an exclusive-use rear deck large enough to entertain. The bathroom includes two separate sinks and vanities as well as a unique sliding door. With its efficient layout, in-unit laundry, 1-car parking, and recently installed Nest temperature controls, this condominium is the ideal 1 bedroom in SOMA.

7 Hallam Street is conveniently located in one of SOMA’s quickly developing neighborhoods. Living here means you are surrounded by some of the city’s newest cafes, bars, nightclubs, and restaurants. Sightglass Coffee, Citizen’s Band, City Beer Store, Cellarmaker, Terroir, and Harvest Market are all close by. With access to multiple Muni lines as well as BART, Caltrain, and freeways just minutes away, this home is a commuter’s dream.

• 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
• 900 sq. ft. per tax records
• Bi-level layout with formal living room on lower level, kitchen and dining area on upper level
• Exclusive deck off bedroom
• Bathroom with dual sinks and unique sliding door
• Nest temperature controls
• In-unit washer and dryer
• 1-car parking

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