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Old Becomes New | The Fillmore Factory House

With a love of architecture and design comes a love for renovation and restoration. We’ve seen plenty of examples of old becoming new again, and today we get a look at another. This time around, we get a look inside the Fillmore Factory House. This unique dwelling is found situated in a former laundry and tooth powder warehouse. Located in an industrial area in San Francisco, the space features 3,600 square feet of living space and exceptional attention to detail throughout.

The dwelling boasts three bedrooms and three baths, while also hosting a home office and a loft. The living spaces take full advantage of the building’s 17-foot ceilings, keeping its past charm alive and well in the process. The exposed ceilings, beams, and rough-cut floors are a nice touch, keeping the building and its historic charm on display.

Fillmore Factory House

The center of the interior also features a pair of stacked shipping containers with an ensuite bedroom on the bottom and an office with a bunk above. The rooftop even offers ample living space, including 800 square feet that features a custom bar with an 11-foot custom teak bar top and lounge area. This home is an excellent example of renovation and restoration and making something new from something old.

Take a closer look at this beautiful residence in the images below and head over to Sotheby’s International Realty to learn more. Place your bid and keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more modern architecture and design coming soon.

Photos via  Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty

Written by Jesse James

Author, Audiophile, Style connoisseur, & Sneakerhead. Passionate for life and happiness!

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