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Everybody wants one of these classic midcentury-modern homes. This just may be the perfect example of the form.
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Get your hands on this amazing collection of illustrations from the bridge's architect, Donald MacDonald.
Welcome back, Victorians! The 41st annual tour takes you all over the Mission District, and the hipsters won't know what to do with themselves.
Drive down any street in Cal's town and you'll see scads of amazingly quaint wood-sided homes. They're a treasured tradition here, and a new tome by two local architects tells why.
So says one local landscaper, who sees each backyard as a gateway to understanding — and thereby saving — the rest of the world.
In San Francisco's charming, family-friendly and desirable Noe Valley neighborhood, a nasty fight between relative newcomers caused migraine-inducing eyerolls.
These amazing 19th-century structures only have a week to find a new home. Will they be rescued in time?
Anywhere else, this might be bad news. Here, it's a welcome relief from a nerve-wracking multimonth seller's market on steroids.
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