The nation’s new vice president is unloading her San Francisco apartment, and the fact that she had a buyer in just a few days suggests she got something on the order of a full-price offer, if not better. Vice President Kamala Harris struck a deal to sell the 1,069-square-foot loft, which had been listed for $ 799,000, about 63% more than it paid in 2004, according to the Wall Street Journal. The one-bedroom, 1½-bath property is located in a boutique condo in San Francisco’s warm South of Market neighborhood. It was on the market for just over a week before it was hired.
Kamala Harris has a contract to sell her condo unit in San Francisco. realtor.com
The house is located on the top floor of the building. It features a high ceiling that accentuates the full-height windows, an alcove that could be used as a home office, and a walk-in closet. Other details on the listing include a chef’s kitchen with gas range, fireplace, and full-size washer and dryer. It also has what appears to be a private patio. Other benefits include garage parking with additional storage space. The building is a block and a half from the Whole Foods location.
The one-bedroom property in San Francisco that Harris is selling is set up like a loft. realtor.com
Harris today resides across the street from the White House at Blair House, the president’s official guesthouse. That brick and stucco house has 14 bedrooms, 35 bathrooms, three formal dining rooms, a gym, and even a beauty salon. He is expected to move into the vice president’s typical residence, on the grounds of the United States Naval Observatory, when repairs are completed. The vice president also owns a two-bedroom apartment in Washington, DC, and a 3,500-square-foot home with a pool in the upscale Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. He reportedly paid $ 1,775,000 for the 1,700-square-foot condo unit in DC’s West End neighborhood in 2017, according to the Journal. The complex has a 24-hour concierge at the front desk, a dog washing station, and a heated rooftop pool with sundeck. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home in Los Angeles was purchased by her husband, entertainment attorney Doug Emhoff, for $ 2.7 million in 2012. The couple married in 2014. This story originally appeared on realtor.com.