1014-1020 60th Street consists of two amazing and unique buildings on one large 9625 (aprox.) square foot parcel. The main home at 1020 60th, an extremely handsome modified Queen Anne style Victorian, has been extensively renovated and upgraded, including new exterior paint in gorgeous, historically correct colors, a new roof, electrical, and an amazing, brand new George Walton /Alameda structural full height basement and foundations. The home has undergone tasteful modernization while preserving virtually every original detail, including vintage flash glass windows, hardwood floors, soaring ceiling heights, trim, mouldings, and more.
The second structure is truly unique. Constructed circa 1923, of classic red brick, this building served for many years as a machine shop serving the local industries, shipping, automotive, and canning, to name a few. Virtually untouched since new, this glorious and one of a kind building features immense skylights, huge ceiling heights, industrial power, and spectacular wide plank original fir flooring in an attractive state of authentic, highly aesthetic wear.
Preliminary research with the City suggests many available options for creative use or development, including a possible mini lot split, site condo conversion, live work, or more. Although prospective buyers are urged to conduct their own research in to allowable uses, the possibilities are nearly limitless. Retail, office, live work, start up, Artist Studio, Gallery, or grow room, this may be one of the the last opportunities to own such a flexible, unusual, and one of a kind property.