Illustrations: Eli Myers
Which one are you calling at home?
No Two streets of San Francisco look the same and we love it. Take a journey through the history of the city through the different architectural styles of the houses in San Francisco with this piece by Christopher Radcool Reynolds and illustrated by Eli Myers:
Italians used to be all over town, but most burned down in 1906. There are still some west of Divisadero and south of 20th Street in the Mission.
You can find Queen Anne Homes in Ashbury Heights, Alamo Square, Cow Hollow and Pacific Heights.
Streamline M.odern houses are scattered across the sunset, Excelsior, Outer Mission, and Noe Valley.
Art Deco homes were mostly used for commercial purposes, but there are still a few in Pacific Heights, Sunset, Marina, and Sea Cliff.
Check out the rest of the architectural styles at the link below and leave a comment if you live in any of these house types.