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Victorian Architecture Homes for Sale in San Francisco, CA

Browse Victorian architecture homes for sale in San Francisco, CA. Originating in England during the reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1901, the Victorian architecture style was brought to the country through San Francisco. Steep pitched roofs, colorful exteriors, painted iron railings, multiple stories, and asymmetrical design are some of the key characteristics of Victorian homes. Some well-known examples of this architecture style are the iconic Painted Ladies - the row of colorful Victorian houses in San Francisco.

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Majestic Victorian style Luxury Tri-plex located in the western addition of San Francisco. This large 3-unit building has a basement. The property co...
Majestic Victorian style Luxury Tri-plex located in the western addition of San Francisco. This large 3-unit building has a basement. The property con...
Queen Anne Victorian in the heart of SF one block away from Alamo Square and the famous painted ladies is ready for the next chapter! Built in 1893 by...
190 Albion is a spacious 2nd floor property situated on a quite tree-lined street in the sought-after Mission Dolores district. This sunlit residence ...
704 Ashbury - An Iconic Haight Ashbury Grand Victorian with stories to tell. On a row of still intact turn of the century Victorians, this lovely hom...
Two VACANT Units In Prime Noe Valley. Perfect for partners seeking a fast-track condo conversion. This lower house-like unit (528) encompasses two ful...
First time buyers, pied a terre owner wannabes and investors! A hidden gem located in a classic 1906 boutique building on a cul-de-sac! This two bedro...
Towering over a large double city lot with peek-a-boo views of downtown is a grand Victorian compound. Built by a livery owner in 1881 at the height o...
This House Offers perfect Conditions OF VICTORIAN CHARMS with HOT TUB in back yard. Most rooms are REMODELED.Lower level 2 BEDROOMS 2 BATH with JETS....
Where Noe Valley meets the Valencia Corridor-classic storybook Victorian of gracious character & grand proportions boasts a main floor with 2 bedrooms...
This beautiful fully vacant Victorian 2 unit was built in 1900 as per tax records has been in the same loving family for the last half century and for...
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Upon entering this home you are welcomed by natural light shining through dual paned windows. This gorgeous home has stunning hardwood flooring and fr...
Elegant, Victorian TIC unit in the heart of the vibrant and historic Haight Ashbury district. This exceptional unit boasts 2 generously sized bedrooms...
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Beautiful early 1900's Victorian located a block and a half from Alamo Square. Building consists of 4 Residential Units. (Two) 2bd/1ba. (One) 1bd/1ba....
Classically Modern, Refined & Newly Finished Victorian located on the border of highly coveted Glen Park & Noe Valley. 1858 Church Street maintains a ...
Magical, historic Italianate Victorian. This extraordinary property & it's storied past are truly San Franciscan. Moved to its present site form Turk ...
Peaceful garden view 2 bedroom home in the Residences at the Millennium Towers. The spacious home features hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows a...
Light filled 2 bedroom, 1 bath updated Victorian Bungalow in the heart of the Sunnyside. Great condo alternative opportunity to own a single family ho...
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Frequently Asked Questions for Victorian Architecture Homes for Sale in San Francisco, CA

What are common characteristics of a Victorian architecture homes?

* Two to three stories
* Complicated shape and layout
* Decorative woodwork and trims
* Stained glass windows and doors
* Bright and bold colors
* Round angles
* Towers, turrets, and dormer windows
* Wood or stone exterior
* Very ornate and decorative elements
* Textured wall surfaces
* Steep, multi-faceted or Mansard roof
* Single-story porch

What are some of the downsides of Victorian architecture houses?

Smaller rooms, less closet space, and sometimes the need for repairs and updates including costly custom replacements. Some consider these homes too formal and too ornate.

Why do people love Victorian architecture?

There is a romance, elegance, and an air of magic around Victorian architecture that is hard not to love and find endearing. The sense of history associated with older Victorian homes is truly unique and hard to replicate.

How many Victorian Architecture Homes for Sale in San Francisco, CA?

There are 150 Victorian Architecture Homes in San Francisco, CA currently.

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