This picturesque Queen-Anne Tower House is a centerpiece in one of San Francisco's most iconic settings, Postcard Row'' on Alamo Square Park. Designed by noted architect Thomas Patterson Ross and constructed in 1899, this quintessential Victorian home features 4 en-suite bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 2 half baths on 3 levels. The main level is comprised of the foyer, spacious living room with rounded bay window and wood-burning fireplace, powder room, formal dining room and an eat-in kitchen with Italian porcelain countertops that opens to a spacious deck overlooking the back yard. The upper lever consists of 2 en-suite bedrooms and the spacious master with wet-bar & views of the Civic Center and Downtown. The lower level is decidedly more casual: family room with double doors to the back yard, full kitchen, office, half bath and an additional bedroom with private full bath. The back yard features 2 decks surrounded by spruce trees. A 2-car side-by-side garage finishes the property.