“The Victorians are responsible for the proliferation of tile in bathrooms and kitchens, since it’s an easy material to clean.”
“Homes (like this one) are in high demand in San Francisco, but low supply. In the under a million category, there’s just a load of buyers and not a lot of sellers,”
“In the Victorian era, middle-class people wanted to look upper class, so they would decorate and make things look as if they had a big mansion. They hung portraits, tapestries, big mirrors, framed works of art and even plates and china. And they didn’t want to screw up their walls.”
“The appeal of Victorian homes with original floor plans has increased, as people have found that open concept housing isn’t as conducive to stay-at-home life.”
“Some houses had carriage houses or carriage spaces; the issue was the carriage spaces tended to be narrow and low. Cars had a hard time fitting into them.”
A curving bay window wrapped into the facade is a signature piece of Bay Area architecture.
San Francisco’s Victorian homes are known for their ornate features.
Staring down at the Painted Ladies on my favorite perch in Alamo Square park.
The city’s storied Victorians are being preserved and restored.
Owners Jennifer Tobits and Sarah Piepmeier have conducted a slow renovation that has retained and reused many original details.
A San Francisco apartment lease typically comes with a lot of conditions.
Bonnie has been in the business for over 20 years and knows what it takes to make your property legendary. Schedule an appointment today.
Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm (By appointment as well)
2282 Market Street,
San Francisco, CA 94114
CA DRE# 01175723
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