Generations of Americans will recognize “Postcard Row” — a group of seven iconic San Francisco Victorian houses, the Painted Ladies across from Alamo Square Park that are often featured on postcards or in movies and television programs.
The houses on Postcard Row seem to embody the distinctive features of San Francisco Victorian homes — terraced houses with period details and three or more vibrant colors on the exterior. These are considered the quintessential Victorian houses in San Francisco.
A not-nearly-as-famous property just over a block away, however, shows off these Victorian features with even more magnificent style. This San Francisco house is currently available as a tenancy-in-common.
The San Francisco Victorian house at 923 Fulton Street offers twelve rooms overall. The gorgeous main unit features two bedrooms and one bath, and there is also a spacious studio unit. These units are available together, or as a TIC.
You can’t help but notice the impressive exterior of 923 Fulton St. from a distance. Still immaculately maintained, this San Francisco house features many of the Queen Anne-style architecture qualities of the Victorian era. A magnificent rounded tower is built into the top floor of this Victorian home, and triple windows of the Serlian motif are featured on the tower and below. A front-facing gable stands out up top, and the detailing below it is some of the most ornate and striking in San Francisco.
Built in 1897, the original style of 923 Fulton remains very much in place.
This San Francisco house is within a block of Alamo Square Park, and the iconic Painted Ladies of Postcard Row are just a few steps away. The resurgent Fillmore Street Jazz District is just down the hill, offering live music at one of San Francisco newest cultural epicenters.
You may be interested in owning a San Francisco home. At 923 Fulton Street, though, you would be owning a beautiful piece of San Francisco history. Search all San Francisco condos for sale today.