One of San Francisco's most famous Victorians is up for sale, reports Amy Graff of the San Francisco Chronicle.
The Four Seasons in the Haight district is a set of four homes, each denoting a season of the year. The "winter" house painted blue and with an intricately carved snowflake over the entry has hit the market for $2.985 million, according to Graff. She writes:
The property at 1315 Waller and the other three nearly identical Four Seasons Victorians were built by shipwright John Whelan. The Whelan family lived in the home until 1905 and if they were to visit today, they'd feel right at home as many of the original period details remain.
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