If you really want to lean into the Victorian home lifestyle, look no further than this circa-1900 cottage just steps from Alamo Square’s famed Painted Ladies. It’s the back building of an even larger and more ornate Victorian in the front, which gives it a tranquil feel that’s complemented by the koi pond, hammock, and new grill and picnic table.
Photo by Annie Garner, courtesy Karla Gardner
Originally built in 1894, this Queen Anne home was moved from its original location to its current one in 2015. While the abode’s original charm is intact (hello, original woodwork!), a very thorough remodel brought the interiors up to the standards of a modern lifestyle.
Asking Price: $799,000
Photo by Open House Photography, courtesy Michael Fanelli
The crown jewel of Cloverdale’s Victorian Row, this pink residence is perfectly situated on the storybook street’s cul-de-sac. Sprawling over more than 3,000 square feet, this replica of a bygone era features 10-foot ceilings along with period piece detailing.
Asking Price: $699,000
Photos by Michael Martin, courtesy Ryan Styles
Duncans Mills, CA
Not too far from the San Francisco Bay Area sits this Victorian home on the Russian River. Designated as one of Sonoma County’s Historic Landmarks, the house was built by a local mill owner for his daughter over 135 years ago. In fact, it was built with wood milled from first-growth redwoods found on the property.
Asking Price: $987,000
Photo by Vista Estate Imaging, courtesy Linda Dorgan
What’s more grand than a Queen Anne Victorian? One that’s been outfitted with modern amenities like a Lacanche range in the French Country kitchen and a carriage house that’s been turned into a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guesthouse.
Asking Price: $1,332,980