UPDATE: Your editor deeply apologizes for this slip, but this is also the Full House home, as a Curbed SF commenter points out. The facade was regularly featured on the popular ABC show, prefacing scenes of family-oriented hilarity like this or this. The impending owner should expect to receive a lot of fans snapping pics outside their front door.
What with so many renovations boasting open floors plans and pristine-clean aesthetics, we sometimes forget that books used to play a major part in a home's decor. Take, for example, this 1883 Italianate/Victorian designed by Charles Lewis Hinkel (the mastermind behind this Divisadero historical landmark), featuring libraries aplenty.
The three-story adobe at 1709 Broderick comes with three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and 3,125 square feet. It maintains its classical design without coming off as dusty or old, even through the living room, bedroom, and kitchen feature gloriously old-print books.
The house also comes with soaring ceilings replete with Victorian detailing, an eat-in island kitchen, three marble-faced fireplaces, and decoration by Courtnay Haden Daniels.
And since we're on a wallpaper kick as of late, let's give it up for the print in the foyer. So refreshing.
1709 Broderick lands on the market at $4,150,000.