Life is good at the top in this penthouse level residence at Fahrenheit! Soaring ceilings, sprawling windows, and updated bamboo floors immediately greet you in this modern home. The upgraded chef’s kitchen boasts premium stainless appliances, sleek breakfast bar, & brilliant lighting. An array of thoughtful contemporary details further defines the home’s unique character, including exposed ductwork and custom marble and brick accent walls. An urban dwelling unlike any other! See supplement for details.
A home that is as hip as the East Village streets it overlooks, this modern abode is sure to impress! Perched at penthouse level, take in city views from both the expansive floor-to-ceiling windows and the oversized private balcony. The open living area flows right into the impressive kitchen and sleek breakfast bar, making for easy entertaining. Any home chef will enjoy the completely upgraded kitchen, complete with stainless appliances, gas range, double ovens, and copious cabinetry. The master suite features a large walk-in closet and separate access to the east-facing terrace, the perfect spot for a morning sunrise and cup of coffee. The bonus “flex” space houses a built-in Murphy bed system, affording the opportunity for a home office, guest bedroom, or a combination of the two! In addition to the trendily exposed cement accents and ductwork, this home also features brilliant recessed lighting, a collection of trendy drop lights and upgraded wood floors throughout. With two full bathrooms, ample built-in cabinetry, and convenient in-unit laundry, this bright loft-style home is ready for a modern inhabitant to make it home! Fahrenheit is conveniently located in vibrant East Village only a block away from Petco Park and a short walk to the historic Gaslamp Quarter and waterfront. Enjoy easy access to several restaurants, cafes, services, transportation, the San Diego Central Library, and more all within walking distance. Offering one-of-a-kind design in East Village, Fahrenheit was awarded the Orchid Award for Architecture in 2006.