About This 1888 Victorian In San Francisco California
For sale by the third owner in 134 years. Remarkable Victorian, preserved. Grand entry with carved mahogany banister w/ Beaux Arts sculpture of La Fortune newel post lamp. A triple parlour for formal entertaining, Living room w/ Carrarra marble fireplace & square bay. Dining room with built-in buffet crystal fixture & fireplace. Informal breakfast room with functional Butler pass-through to DR. Four large bedrooms. Back servant’s stairs.
Functioning call tubes and bell (an early intercom) Soaring ceilings. Elaborate brackets, trims, moldings. Hand stenciling and painted polychrome medallions. Bradbury & Bradbury wallpapers, one of a kind crystal chandeliers, modern rear addition: new kitchen, full bathroom and sunroom with huge skylight & french doors. Large yard and inner courtyard with fountains. Full-sized laundry. Masonic Lodge meeting room converted into a garage in 1914. Concrete foundation, other upgrades. Built by David McGraw in 1888. First owner was pharmacist Samuel McDonnel.