Victorian - Carson Mansion in Eureka CA. William Carson, lumber baron (July 1825 New Brunswick – February 1912 Eureka), for whom the mansion was built, arrived in San Francisco from New Brunswick, Canada with a group of other woodsmen in
Port Townsend WA Stick Style This is the Ann Starrett Mansion, one of the most photographed Victorian houses in the country and deservedly so. It is a Stick Style fantasy par excellance, with many interesting features. It is perhaps most noted for its stairway tower, which features a ceiling painting that depicts the four seasons.
1417 San Antonio Avenue, Alameda Queen Anne that has changed her outfit not once, not twice, but at least three times that we know of. Originally constructed in 1886 for a prominent San Francisco Attorney, George Wright, the home across from Franklin Park was set among the oaks of the Gold Coast. Wright was the leader of the Gold Coast set and a founder of the Alameda Tennis Club built next door, which is remarkably still in use as a residence.