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Housed in a converted brick and timber warehouse originally built in 1917, 4300 Horton Street, Suite 15 is a 3+BD/1.5BA 1850 sq ft modern industrial live/work loft in downtown Emeryville. Fondly known as “Whoville,” this spacious light-filled home is a marvelous blend of quirky architectural details and industrial finishes, including exposed beams and ducts, a catwalk-inspired upstairs hallway, and clever use of diamond plate for stairs and shelves. The modern flexible floorplan with skylights and soaring open spaces, polished concrete floors, an open-concept kitchen, and abundant built-in storage cabinets is a space with tremendous creative opportunities. Filled with natural light, the mezzanine level includes an expansive owner’s suite with full bath, and two additional rooms that could be configured as bedrooms or as space for a home office, yoga studio, study, or media room. Additional features include in-unit laundry and an industrial-sized garage with assigned parking and direct interior access.
Located in downtown Emeryville, an area with a high walkability score, the home is situated on the Horton Street Bike Boulevard near Pixar and local favorite Rudy’s Can’t Fail Cafe, and moments from Bay Street Emeryville with its 65 shops, ten restaurants, and a sixteen-screen movie theater. Also nearby is the vibrant Emeryville Peninsula where runners, dog-walkers and cyclists enjoy trails, panoramic views, sailing, and dining. Commuters will love the convenient (and free) Emery-Go-Round for direct access to the Amtrak Train Station and BART, and easy freeway access to San Francisco.
Highlights at a Glance:
Emeryville is a small corridor between Berkeley and Oakland bordered by the eastern shore of the Bay. Though geographically the city is small—just a bit more than one square mile—there’s a great deal of function and influence packed into it. Emeryville’s prime location is the hub of several major freeways and is an important transcontinental railway connection with service to Seattle, Los Angeles and Chicago. Known as a dynamic arts and music community, you’ll find various works of art throughout the community in the public domain. The Art in Public Places Program, as commissioned by the city government, has attracted a growing population of artists and musicians specializing in traditional as well as high-tech mediums. The major employer is Pixar Animation Studios. Locals who enjoy Pixar’s iconic animated feature films can often spot local landmarks and references in many of those movies. Another major employer is IKEA, which anchors the well-known Bay Street shopping complex, an imaginative collection of retailers, entertainment, hospitality and residential opportunities. The destination shopper’s paradise comprises more than 382,000 square feet and draws visitors from all over the greater Bay Area.