A rare gem at the heart of one of San Francisco's most charming neighborhoods. Set on an oversized lot on a quiet, tree-lined block in the Duboce Triangle, this Stick Style Victorian was built by architect Daniel Sullivan in 1888. Original detailing--from the facade's diamonds, dentils and fluted pilasters to the interior's high ceilings, plaster medallions and leaded glass insets--enchants throughout the two-bed, two-bath double-parlor home. A deep bay window and hand-painted slate fireplace grace the living room, while the formal dining room opens to an eat-in chef's kitchen with dual sinks, six-burner Thermador, slate counters and more. Beside a wall of windows, French doors open to the lush garden with seamless cedar decks, antique brick patio and ample room to relax and entertain. The lower level features a one-car garage, sound-proof rooms (perfect for music, meetings and more), tons of storage space and wonderful opportunity for expansion of your dream home in The City.