Explore this square tower house with a view, fine woodwork, and exquisite wallpaper built in 1889 on San Francisco's Alamo Square. Former occupants include jazz musicians, hippies, and Manson family members.
Pink Painted Lady
Learn what’s inside this iconic “Post Card Row” home often photographed outside from Alamo Square Park overlooking the city. Built in 1895, we see why it’s being readied for interior renovation by a new owner in 2020 who came along at just the right time.
John Coop House
The Last Black Man in San Francisco movie was shot here in this 1889 house but there’s much more our tour reveals – amazing Eastern-style woodwork, the house once split into 12 separate apartments, and restoring the “witch's hat” turret – from old photos!
Since 1884 this architecturally eclectic home has combined Italianate, Second Empire, Classical Revival, Queen Anne exterior styles. Now we can see inside too, including 13-foot ceilings, eight fireplaces, Cuban mahogany, and a ballroom and botanical conservatory on the top floor.
Hans Hansen House
A diary found by the present owners in the basement ceiling during renovation of this 1910 Edwardian home tells a heartfelt story of unrequited love. Now we can see they’ve also discovered much more including beautiful woodwork and mural of old San Francisco.
This elegant three-story Edwardian house rose in 1907 from the ashes of the San Francisco earthquake, and, since, received loving restoration. Present owners also subtly coordinated interior color schemes and finishes, enhancing spaces with fine art, antiques, and period-
appropriate decorative pieces.