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This is an 11,500 square foot Queen Anne Victorian, built solely out of redwood in 1886 for William Haas.
This is an 11,500 square foot Queen Anne Victorian, built solely out of redwood in 1886 for William Haas. It has been fully preserved as per its original design. It presently houses the San Francisco Architectural Heritage which offer tours inside the house and around the grounds.
This white 'Beaux-Arts' limestone mansion was built in 1913 by sugar baron Adolph Spreckles
Another little oasis park in the heart of Pacific Heights ? like its neighbor Alta Plaza Park, it is pristinely kept by local residents and it also has excellent views over the Bay
An 1881 Victorian mansion that was built for Mrs
These five blocks form the heart of the Russian Hill neighborhood district
Dating from 1861, this eight-sided house with its cupola top, dormer windows, and roof lanterns was built in the belief that such octagonally shaped houses promote healthier living
The Filbert Steps are the part of Filbert Street that runs between Battery Street and Telegraph Hill Boulevard in North Beach
This is one of the very steepest streets in the entire Western Hemisphere
This house was built in 1853 and as such it is one of the city's oldest residences
This temple was built in 1905 by architect Joseph Leonard
Peace Plaza and shopping mall; Ruth Asawa's incredible wrought and cast bronze origami fountains on the Nihonmachi Pedestrian Mall