When it comes to colorful homes, San Francisco admittedly has the best and most well-known in the entire country... the Painted Ladies - but unfortunately, demand is high and supply is low for these famous residences - so we're looking elsewhere in the city today.
Tend to wander on the colorful side of life? Well then, you're going to love this vibrant, fun, and funky collection of homes.
This vibrant purple home offers a generous five beds and four baths in the desirable Westwood District. Interestingly, the bottom floor features a huge master bedroom with a jacuzzi and fire place - a must-see. Other features include a wet bar, home office, large backyard, attached one car garage, and two car driveway.
This spectacular Buena Vista Park home with enchanting and park-like terraced backyard exemplifies indoor/outdoor California living at its best. Highlights include the creative use of color and design throughout, a bohemian outdoor shower, jewel-adorned powder room, and a large top-floor deck overlooking the lush and large yard and garden.
Two vacant units make up this beautiful Noe Valley Victorian. Stained glass, elegant moldings, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and a lovely deck, patio, and garden in the back.
Two stories of blue beauty! Located in Ingleside and boasting magnificent city views, the main level has hardwood floors, a spacious living room, two bedrooms, one bath, kitchen, and dining. Garage level has two rooms, a half bath, and one car garage. Out back you'll find a two tiered yard.
This block gives us Wes Anderson vibes. 2918 Sloat Boulevard is a duplex just steps from Ocean Beach. Both units are currently occupied and offer three beds, two baths, and open floor plans where the kitchens open up to the dining and living rooms plus ample storage, in-unit washer/dryers, and a large garage with two car parking.
Walk to everything from this full-floor, corner unit Castro condo. Large windows on three sides flood the condo with light and highlight beautiful period details like coved ceilings, wainscoting, built-ins, parlor doors, and a beautiful fireplace. The shared yard is an ideal retreat with lounge furniture, a fire pit, and gas BBQ.
This light green home is as charming on the inside as it is on the outside. Minutes from Castro Village, Cole Valley, Haight, and transportation, the home has two beds, two baths, a large yard, living room with fireplace, spacious dining room, remodeled kitchen, two car parking, hardwood floors, and an abundance of storage.
Enchanting Edwardian home in Eureka Valley with majestic tiered garden out back. This property offers both views and privacy, a flexible floor plan, eat-in kitchen, lots of living spaces, large basement, and one car garage.
Can we all agree that dark teal is an underrated house exterior color? Highlights of 1619 Kirkwood Ave include high ceilings, gleaming hardwoods, a full basement, one car garage, sunny deck, and amazing garden.
Centrally located in Corona Heights, this condo offers convenient walking distance to Cole Valley, Buena Vista Park, and the Castro. With three beds and 1.5 baths, great city and Bay views, a private garage, terraced yard, private deck, a flexible two-story floor plan, a home office, and more.
Built in 1900, 635 Baker Street is located in the heart of North Panhandle. The trophy Victorian exterior is charming and the four-unit interior is packed with quirks - peep the top floor pied-à-terre. It just dropped in price by $140,000 and would be a "solid buy for the savvy investor" - that you?
Just one block from Alamo Square you'll find this sage green, top floor Edwardian condo. Full of grace and character, it features abundant natural light and awesome views to downtown from the rear. Enjoy soaring ceilings, a fireplace, barreled bay windows, spacious closets, unique kitchen and pantry, and on-site parking. The full package.
Pretty in pink: top floor, light-fulled condo with stunning views of San Francisco Bay. Located at the end of Fillmore Street in a picturesque Mediterranean style building that looks like something out of a Wes Anderson movie. As a lover of all things pink, this condo is my dream!
We're green with envy for this fully occupied, three unit Victorian building in vibrant Inner Sunset. Each unit boasts two beds and one bath. The perfect (and very pretty) investment.
Outer Parkside blue beauty. Spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, updated kitchen, original pretty pink bathroom, and hardwood floors - this home is a delight!
Built in 1909, this spacious two bed and two bath condo is located in a stately Edwardian building. Enjoy open living spaces, coffered ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, dining room with treetop views, updated kitchen, study, family/media room, carriage shed, home gym/yoga studio, and much more.
Try not to smile looking at this ray of sunshine and just imagine how happy you would be to return home here each day. Four beds, two baths, wine cellar, wood-burning fireplace, three decks, backyard with garden, pergola, and patio in the heart of Cow Hollow.
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