Moved to its present site form Turk Street in 1974. Magical, historic Italianate Victorian. This extraordinary property & it’s storied past are truly San Franciscan. This is a historic gem. One of the oldest continuously occupied Victorian houses in San Francisco. Named The Martin O’Dea House after its builder. Originally built in 1874 by San Francisco’s most illustrious farrier — hence the three large garage spaces. Adding to its provenance it’s been the home of a famed conductor & his husband/creative partner. They enjoyed hosting a who’s who of friends and family. The main floor is perfect for entertaining with its light filled double parlors and formal dining room that leads to a large kitchen with double doors that open to the deck. A half bath & laundry room complete this floor. The beautiful staircase takes you to the second level with 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. There is an in-law with a separate entrance, ideal for an office or separate unit.
Listing Courtesy of: Compass, Teresa Callan
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