Quite possibly one of the most amazing bachelor pads we have ever seen, this San Francisco based home has everything a man could want and need, right down to a basketball court in the living room.
This 5,000 square feet Bay Area residence was converted from an old warehouse, and has been lined with heated hardwood floors that were salvaged from Los Angeles airplane hangar. To keep the airplane hangar theme going, the residence utilizes massive 30 foot exposed timber beams along with white washed ceilings that surround the multiple skylights running through the property. If the skylights weren’t cool enough for you, don’t worry because this old warehouse conversion also features a massive 16×20 foot retractable center skylight. Oh yeah, there’s also a jacuzzi on the roof to unwind after a long day at the office. So what does this piece of heaven cost? Well the home sold last year for a cool $3.32 million, even though it was only listed for $3.1 million. [via Inthralld]
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