Although 1160 Fulton Street is not a Painted Lady, it is a stunning six-bedroom Edwardian built in 1902 that sits right on Alamo Square. The home was remodeled in 2008 with modern touches like an elevator, but luckily retained its original details, including extensive wood paneling, box-beam ceilings, tiled fireplaces, and stained glass. The dining room is perhaps the most intricately detailed, with a stunning carved mantlepiece and built-in wood shelving. The house, which stretches over 7,800 square feet, is now on the market for $6.895 million.
The house was originally built by George Schafer, a partner in the landmark Jackson Brewing Company. The modern upgrades to the home, from the kitchen (complete with wine fridge) to the walk-in closets upstairs, are low key and have been seamlessly incorporated into the historical details that date back to Schafer's time in the house. Other modern bonuses include outdoor space with glass balconies and a spacious four-car garage.
· The Jackson Brewing Company Loomed Above Western SoMa [Curbed SF]
· 1160 Fulton Street [Pacific Union]