Built in approximately 1893 by capitalist Andrew B. McCreery, and sold a year later to Burr Nobel, 611 Baker Street epitomizes the grand San Francisco Victorian of years gone by. Remarkably, this stunning property remained within the original owner's family for nearly six decades, while the current owners, the third in line, resided at 611 Baker for nearly 50 years. Now, after a remarkable 130-year history, this magnificent Queen Anne Victorian eagerly awaits its fourth owner, presenting a rare opportunity to become a part of its enduring legacy. In nearly original condition, this home retains its architectural splendor, including a lower unit garden apartment and a two-level carriage house situated at the rear of the lot. The stately bi-level owner's unit is characterized by its exquisite wood floors, ornate woodwork, and intricate moldings that grace every corner. On the main level, you'll find a traditional double parlor and a formal dining room, each separated by original pocket doors, adding to the timeless charm and elegance of the home.