Slanted Door chef Charles Phan selling 3-story converted loft in SF

The kitchens are a must-see

We hear a lot about “chef’s kitchens” when writing about real estate, but once in a while, that phrase is actually, literally true. This live/work loft conversion in Pacific Heights has been home to Charles Phan, owner and executive chef of San Francisco’s legendary Slanted Door, for over a decade. Phan’s unique spin on Vietnamese cuisine has won him the adoration of city residents and visiting celebrities and two James Beard Awards.

Now his home could be yours for $6.2 million.

Chef Phan and his wife, Angkana Kurutach, purchased the warehouse in 2007. They converted it into a unique three-story home both for their family and to embrace their passion for food, creating a kitchen specifically set aside for testing recipes and photographing food for cookbooks. 

The property has two addresses – 2232 Bush St. and 107 Wilmot – on a street-to-street lot. Industrial in nature, the space is 6,400 square feet. It’s zoned for mixed-use and commercial mixed-use, opening a wide array of options for future residents. As currently configured, the property features a four-bedroom, 3.5 bath, two-story loft at the Wilmot Street address. The Bush Street address is a commercial space with a commercial kitchen.

Rebecca R. Ammons

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