You Can Live in SF's Historic Clock Tower For $8.5M

You heard us right. You can live inside the clock tower. Swoon. 

Filled with original brick and concrete walls, steel structural beams, and a room right behind the iconic clock face, we can only imagine all the things you can see from this prime perch high above SoMa: Watch the cars sit in traffic on the Bay Bridge, catch the fireworks from AT&T Park, and admire the beautiful SF Bay on the daily. You can be the master of the clock for just $8,500,000. 

The clock tower became a residential penthouse in 1993, and the two-bedroom, two-bath space has only had one resident for the past two decades. Designed by architect David Baker, the tower was originally built in 1907 and underwent a $100,000 three-year renovation completed in 1997. Modern upgrades included new windows, heating, a gas fireplace, and a completely re-envisioned floor plan with all new materials, finishes, and fixtures.

Here are the specs:

Location: 461 2nd Street #651, San Francisco

Square Footage: 3,000 sq. ft.

Asking Price: $8,500,000

Bedrooms: 4