Main Features:

  • 5 bedrooms

  • 2 full baths

  • 2 hand sinks

  • Grand foyer and greeting hall

  • Double parlor

  • Formal dining room

  • 4 fireplaces

  • Pinewood floors

  • 2 working gas light fixtures

  • Multiple stained glass windows

  • 2 kitchens

  • Breakfast room

  • Walk-in pantry

  • Walk-out deck

  • Downtown views

  • Billiards/entertainment room

  • Home office

  • Laundry room

  • Landscaped backyard

  • 2 car side by side parking

Own a piece of San Francisco history! 

The private residence at 1083 Dolores Street underwent a complete restoration of its facade in the early 1970's and was then re-opened at a ceremonial ribbon cutting as a civic affair by Mayor Joseph Alioto. The award-winning home has appeared on KQED and has been featured on multiple home tours including Victoria's Legacy, Tours of San Francisco Bay Area Architecture and the Victorian Alliance of San Francisco.

Noe Valley Grand Queen Anne Victorian Home!

This quintessential, historic Queen Anne Victorian home known as the Henning Thode House - after the owner of the Union Brewery - was designed by renowned architect Henry Geilfuss circa 1895 and is proudly situated in the heart of Noe Valley on the coveted block of Dolores Street close to 24th Street shopping, restaurants and public transportation! The notable restored facade consisting of 4,000 hand crafted wood pieces of fish-scale and diamond shingles that lead up to a sunburst crest received an award from the San Francisco Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board. The front of the home features an inspiring turret with witch's cap and weather vane as well as a front portico with columned entrance that leads to the original beveled glass doors and into the exquisite foyer with greeting hall, coat closet, working gas light fixture and dramatic open-banister walnut staircase. The spectacular double parlor with 13' ceilings boasts a wood-burning fireplace with marble mantel and surround, sitting alcove, stunning stained-glass windows, two sets of hand-painted faux bois "bird's-eye maple" pocket doors, alabaster chandeliers and pinewood floors. The impressive formal dining room with padded "tapestry" walls and paneled wainscoting features a fabulous wood-burning fireplace with period tile surround and oak mantel, original built-in china buffet and unique five pendant chandelier.

The classic kitchen which retains original tiling, intercom system with bells, speaking tube and a patch of the original wallpaper showcases a vintage six-burner gas stove with double oven, broiler, warming drawer and storage, maple counters with tile back-splash, handsome Edwardian-style cabinets with beveled glass doors, breakfast room with china hutch, hand sink with a working gas light fixture above, and a wonderful walk-out deck with views to downtown as well as access to the garden and parking garage. 

The gorgeous center hall staircase with stained-glass skylight panel ascends to the upper level's private living quarters with hallway and two storage closets. The luxurious master bedroom with remarkable turret and westerly views to Twin Peaks enjoys a wood-burning fireplace with amazing tile surround, massive moldings, stained-glass windows, two large closets and a dressing room with built-in vanity and hand sink. Three additional good-size bedrooms, a large split-bath and an enormous walk-in linen closet with access to the attic end this floor.

The lower level includes a billiards/family room with decorative fireplace, second kitchen, home office, huge fifth bedroom, remodeled full bath and separate laundry room. The walk-out landscaped backyard with brick patio, planted flowerbeds and a variety of vines and fruit trees completes this extraordinary home!

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