10 South Park #3
Maybe it’s just that time of year, but sitting in your own quiet condo-garden after a hard day at the office sounds appealing right now. We can’t tell if the garden is private or shared. If private, this has oasis of tranquility written all over it. If shared, prepare to get curtains…or some fencing materials.
The rest of it reminds one of our editors of a renovated wool mill loft he occupied in Melbourne, Australia (considered one the world’s most livable cities). It has the submarine kitchen and the bedroom loft. The major difference of course is that it is half-the-size and double-the-price. Oh, and it doesn’t have ten-inch-wide, 24-foot-long, dark polished-gum floors left over from it’s mill days…still, it does have a garden.
UPDATE (8/5): Closed escrow on 7/19/07 with a contract price of $925,000.
∙ Listing: 10 South Park #3 (1/2) – $898,000 [MLS]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by anon8

    Garden is shared with the other units in the building. It opens up into the courtyard, but each unit has it’s own area of the courtyard so it is somewhat private. agree, window treatments will be a nice addition for privacy

  2. Posted by blahhh

    Window treatments AND a different color choice of paint.

  3. Posted by Observer

    I wonder how this unit will do when One SouthPark final releases pricing and availability, anyone have new information on that building?

  4. Posted by Anon

    i’ve seen this unit and i thought it was really nice. my only problem with some of these loft listings is they don’t always differentiate between actual ‘legal’ sq footage versus the ‘without permit’ sq footage. I heard that’s common for lofts…anyone have figures for what percentage of lofts fall under that category?

  5. Posted by anon8

    any thoughts on the south park area itself? seems like there are a few small construction/remodeling projects going on in south park in addition to the bigger project at one south park. any idea what is being built?

  6. Posted by SocketSite

    Closed escrow on 7/19/07 with a contract price of $925,000.

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