For $8.5 Million, You Can Call San Francisco's Clock Tower Home
Up for a bit of Friday daydreaming? Come along with us as we step inside a truly one-of-a-kind living space, newly on the market for a cool $8.5 million.
Located in San Francisco's historic Clock Tower Building, this very special penthouse is being shown for the first time in three decades, and hello—it's a showstopper. Located in the former headquarters of the Max Schmidt Lithography Schmidt Company, once the largest printing studio on the West Coast, the 3000-square-foot home occupies the top four stories of the storied building.
Built in 1907 and currently listed as a city landmark, it overlooks downtown San Francisco and the Bay, and boasts wrap-around decks, vaulted ceilings, a library, a game room, heated floors, and one seriously swanky master suite. Not to mention the, um, clock room, a spacious room encircled by the structure’s four giant clocks that reveal their gorgeous exposed gears. Impressive, that's for sure.
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