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  • Deanna Thomann

    This house, which is located at 1447 McAllister near Alamo Square is built in the Italianate style, characterized by wide eaves with brackets; tall, arched windows and often by flat roofs. It was probably built between 1840 and 1855.

  • Nancy Jefferis

    Italianate Style Victorian House. © Betsy Malloy 2001

  • hana gmariam

    Victorian Houses of San Francisco: Meet San Francisco's Victorian "Painted Ladies"

  • CJ Frey

    Lots of bay windows

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San Francisco's most iconic image of Victorian-style houses must be its picturesque "Postcard Row" viewed from Alamo Square Park, the little row of pastel houses with the modern city skyline behind them. The now privately owned home was once the Russian Consulate. It has a beautiful view across the park to the well known block of Alamo Square houses, toward the city skyline. Like many houses of its age, it is narrow across the front, but extends quite deeply down the block

Id also love a house like this if i lived in San Francisco, with a sea view of course #baycityguide #sanfrancisco www.baycityguide.com

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looks like the white rabbit's house, from alice in wonderland.

Painted Lady in Haight & Ashbury District

First Hippie Commune a painted Lady of San Francisco