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Historic Dogpatch Living in Modern Loft

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  • 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • Open Format Living/Dining/Kitchen
  • Tri-level Loft
  • Living Room with gas fireplace and 14’ ceilings
  • Loft Level bedroom with updated bathroom
  • Lower Level Main Bedroom with gas fireplace and Built-in Closets
  • Lower Level Bathroom
  • Lower Level Laundry/Storage room
  • 1-car parking
  • YB 2000
  • 1626 sqft (per tax record)
  • HOA $696.13 /month

A perfect expression of urban chic, this stunning top floor tri-level loft residence embodies the vibe of San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. Built in 2000, this home enjoys exceptional natural light from dazzling floor-to-ceiling windows, skylights, and soaring ceilings in the main living area. The open floor plan living/dining provides a seamless entertaining experience, and features a brushed metal gas fireplace, ceiling fan, hardwood floors, and an adjacent gourmet kitchen appointed with stainless appliances, granite counters with counter seating for four, and ample custom cabinetry with glass door upper units. Brushed steel handrails guide you to the lower level suite, with a spacious tiled foyer/office area, wall-to-wall closets, a full bath, and separate large laundry room. The loft suite overlooks the expansive living/dining room area and features a second complete bath with skylight – a perfect setup for office in home or guest suite. Other amenities include refinished hardwood floors throughout, carpeted bedroom loft, tiled baths, custom closets, dramatic high ceilings, in-unit laundry and one-car parking in shared garage with elevator access to each floor, plus  a common roof deck with views of the skyline. Convenient to Dogpatch & Potrero neighborhood restaurants and shops, as well as public transit, Caltrain, HWY 101/280 and more - 1207 Indiana # 14 is a place to call home!



After 4.5 years at the beautiful Indiana loft, we decided to give our two little children a small patch of back yard to play around in, and our mother/mother-in-law some space to garden.

We’re moving to the East Bay while staying close to SF, where we both work.


The 1207 Indiana loft is the apartment that keeps on giving! We moved here as a family of two adults + cat, and are leaving as a family of five (Mom, Dad, Grandma & two beautiful, spunky toddlers) + cat . We welcomed our two girls, spaced two years apart, while we were living at the loft, and we never felt too cramped. They blossomed into two lovely walking, talking young ladies at 1207 Indiana, and we will forever cherish this first home as a result.

The main room is filled with light and sunshine (which, unlike lots of neighborhoods in SF, is actually available in Dogpatch) from floor to ceiling windows. The ceilings are incredibly high and give a sense of freedom and spaciousness. We love the open-floor plan because it allows us to cook, dine and be in each other’s company, never feeling cramped or lacking space. The main bedroom downstairs is enormous. It has an array of beautiful closets lining the back wall. I never knew that I’d ever say this about any home, but there is ample storage in the bedroom.

The gas fireplaces are perfectly situated to heat both floors in a matter of minutes. Our family liked the temperature set at “tropical fahrenheit”, and the fireplaces delivered efficiently. If you prefer it on the cooler side, all you have to do is open the windows and there’s instant air flow.


The loft is nestled perfectly amidst all the major highways: 101, 280, I-80, and many more.

Within minutes you can be in and out of the city. Both the T-line and CalTrain are located a couple blocks away allowing for quick trips to downtown SF. Best of all, SFO is only a 10-15-minute ride away.

Dogpatch is wonderful for families with little kids. Extremely sought-after daycares and preschools are conveniently located in the neighborhood. We had the luxury of walking our children to their daycare (Busy Little Bees) and preschool (Potrero Kids), both located within a 15 minute walk from our home. UCSF Medical Center is around the corner and is investing heavily in the neighborhood. The new Chase Center is also bringing some new bar and restaurant additions to the neighborhood - we’re very sad to be missing out on all the fun.


Favorite Italian: Piccino

Favorite Convenience Store: Reno’s Liquor Store

Favorite Bar(s) (we couldn’t pick one): Dogpatch Saloon , Third Rail

Favorite Wine Place: Ungrafted

Favorite Coffee: Philz

Favorite Brunch: Noon All Day

Favorite Brewery: Harmonic Brewing

Favorite Brunch with a View: The Ramp SF

Favorite Food Truck Park: Spark SF

Favorite Kids’ Park: Woods Yard Park

……This list is making us nostalgic so we’ll stop here…..


1207 Indiana will forever stay in our hearts, as it was where we first truly became a family. It is a fantastic apartment, and we know it will make the right people as happy as it made us.


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Callista Shepherd


Realtor® Associate, SRES, CIPS

DRE# 01837806

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Ric Rocchiccioli


Realtor® Associate, SRES

Past President SFAR

DRE# 01017500

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1207 Indiana Street #14

This recent discovery of a neighborhood is vital as it is historic. First inhabited by the families of industrial workers, Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake far more intact than almost any other neighborhood. In 2002, this newly invigorated part of town was officially designated a historic district of the city of San Francisco. Each of the older homes in Central Waterfront is a particular piece of history. A great many former factories and warehouses have been transformed into live/work lofts, exciting restaurants, or tech industry havens. The proximity of this neighborhood to all types of transportation including the 3rd street Muni Light Rail Line, Cal Train, and Highways 101 and 280 make it uniquely situated for business and residential use. Nearby Mission Bay is new headquarters for the UCSF Research campus. Food lovers who call Dogpatch home are treated to a wide array of innovative local options including Just for You, Piccino, The Ramp, Yield and Mission Rock. And you can just imagine the interesting spaces some of these eateries inhabit. Serpentine is located in a former tin can factory’s boiler room. A near-by Whole Foods Market helps nicely supplement ingredients for all the die-hard home cookers. Dogpatch is surrounded as well by some enormously appealing neighborhoods, including Potrero Hill’s 18th Street corridor which features even more trendy bars, cafes and restaurants. Bloom’s Saloon is known for its dramatic views of downtown, while Mission Hill Saloon has an official designation as one of the country’s best dive bars. Local love gathering at Esprit Park for a relaxation, while their dogs romp and socialize. And you’re always just a skip and a jump from downtown, where folks can enjoy the farmers’ market at the Ferry Plaza, and a nice waterfront stroll. Both Dogpatch and Central Waterfront offer a plethora of residential real estate options. 1860 Victorian cottages live side by side with exquisite high-rises featuring penthouse views, private patios and garages. Historic buildings offer expansive windows in live/work environments, full of exposed brick, period details, and loads of character.