SF Artist Retreat for $2.5M

On the market for $2.5 million is a luxe artist oasis, designed in 1996 by Dan Friedlander, the founder of Limn. Located in Mission Bay behind the Limn store, the four bedroom condo spans 2,500 square feet and is listed officially as an "artist use with license required" property. Click through the photo gallery to get an inside look at this swanky and oh-so-artsy crib. View the listing.

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On the market for $2.5 million is a luxe artist oasis, designed in 1996 by Dan Friedlander, the founder of Limn. Located in Mission Bay behind the Limn store, the four bedroom condo spans 2,500 square feet and is listed officially as an "artist use with license required" property. Click through the photo gallery to get an inside look at this swanky and oh-so-artsy crib. View the listing.
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This chic condo is actually one part of a three-part compound designed by Friedlander called "The Gallery House", which spans from 292-296 Townsend in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood.
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A view of the quirky main living space at 294 Townsend. The condo boasts towering 16 foot ceilings, as well as a plethora of whimsical interior design features.
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292 Townsend and 294 Townsend were originally listed for sale together back in 2009 for $7.49 million. Friedlander reduced the price in 2010 to $5.7 million for the combined properties. Unable to sell the combined condos, Friedlander separated the two listings and this standalone unit is now available to any artists willing to shell out $2.5 million.
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A view of the very modern formal dining room in the three-level spread.
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Despite the unique and quirky design of this artist spread, is Friedlander aiming too high? According to Trulia, the median sale price for all homes in the Mission Bay area is $639,000, well below the condo's $2.5 million list price.
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The geometric angles, together with the matte grey walls juxtaposed against the pristine white walls creates depth in this stunning modern oasis.
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A look at the sun-drenched private roof deck, which affords fantastic city views.
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In 2002, Friedlander sold 296 Townsend, a 1,900 square foot two bedroom condo, for $1.013 million.
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The swanky condo unit is anything but ordinary. However, we wonder how many artists will actually be able to afford the steep $2.5 million price tag.
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While not photographed, the condo features four bedrooms and three bathrooms, all which we assume are just as modern and quirky as the rest of the abode.
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