This historic Victorian is going places
Built in 1874, and moved 100 years later from Turk Street to Eddy Street, the oldest continuously inhabited Victorian in San Francisco awaits its next chapter.
A magical, historic Italianate Victorian with a storied past offers a chance to own a part of San Francisco history. Originally built in 1874 by San Francisco’s most illustrious farrier, the residence is named The Martin O’Dea House after its builder. 100 years later, in a feat of engineering, the house was moved from Turk Street to its present site on Eddy in 1974.
One of the rare remaining true Victorians, this is a historic gem. The main floor, with its light-filled double parlors, features abundant space for entertaining.
A formal dining room leads to a spacious kitchen, with grand double doors opening to the deck. A half bath and laundry room complete the main floor.
A staircase leads to the second level with four bedrooms and two full baths. An in-law unit with its own entrance would make an ideal office or separate unit.
Adding to the home’s provenance, it has most recently been the home of an Emmy Award-winning conductor and producer and his husband/creative partner.
1840 Eddy Street, San Francisco is offered at $3,250,000 by Teresa Callan and Vincent Sol.