When we were in San Francisco, one of the things I really wanted to see was the row of Victorian houses at 710–720 Steiner Street, better known as The Painted Ladies.
I didn’t even care that it was drizzly outside.
Here you can see the San Francisco skyline in the background.
And again in this closeup of the green house on the corner.
Here’s the side of the green house.
And the place on the adjacent corner. I can’t get over how big it is.
Details on the gray house.
This one needs a little work, but it’s still so beautiful.
Love this yellow one.
Another green house. Aren’t they just so charming?
I think this might be my favorite. Smaller than the others, but so perfect with those red steps.
Last look from Alamo Square Park across the street. The Painted Ladies were built between 1892 and 1896 by developer Matthew Kavanaugh.
Great weekend, everyone.