There are many words to describe this factory-turned-apartment in the hip Callowhill neighborhood, but one of the best among them would be “eclectic.”
From the exposed piping, to the brick accent wall, to the wood cabinets and finally, the long, ornate chandeliers, this place is a collection of opposites.
The one-bed, one-bath home, opens to a massive front room, with a large living space accented by factory windows, wood cabinets and industrial light fixtures. A dining area blends into the living space, featuring the chandelier, along with a brick wall, and just to the side, a kitchen juts out with plenty of cabinets and hardwood floors.
Off to the side is the bedroom, which offers plenty of light along with a wall of closet space, and a mantle over a faux fireplace. A bathroom offers two sinks and granite counters.
HOA dues top off at $402 a month, and if you’re interested in the space, there’s an open house Saturday from noon to 1:30 p.m.
- 314 N 12th st [Mike Fabrizio, Re/Max]