Jason “The Machine” Chan’s listing of course comes in at magical #8…
Victorian/Edwardian style homes look very ugly to me…
It’s certainly an acquired taste. Probably more older folks dig it…
Victorians suck. Eichlers man!
So much for San Francisco history.
I got news for you all. People don’t come from all over the world to look at Eichlers or the Sunset District either.
Alamo square is the symbol of San Franciscan charm
That’s fine with me, keep the tourist buses away from me in the Sunset… it is already bad enough to see or be behind one of those slow, open aired double dutch tourist buses on Lincoln coming/going to GGP or Ocean Beach…
If I’m a tourist I’d definitely feel like I got scammed. Nothing to see except for the Golden Gate Bridge.
Why pay extra to live in SF if you can’t appreciate it?
That’s why I don’t plan to stay here long term. Already have an exit plan in mind but need to strategize.
Eichlers are a shame
I really like some of the spanish tile/spanish style buildings.
Actually, except for the moderns I like a lot of the ones listed. But hey, compared to what I normally see in SF–these are much nicer looking. The stuff on 19th makes me feel like SF is super run down and ugly
Yes, I am homer and a true lover of The City but every time I head back over the Bay Bridge and I see the skyline it really does give me goosebumps. The City is awesome!!!
We have eichlers in parts of Seattle. That’s just stupid with the colder winters. Your heat goes right up and out the uninsulated roof.
I love going over the bay bridge, more than the GGB… SF has beautiful views, that’s why there should be more highrises to enjoy them.
Are you planning to abandon SF? Or even abandon SFBA?
I have the same feeling… only driving back from the Bay Bridge and seeing the skyline can evoke the feeling of home sweet home for me
SF skyline is impressive. Oakland has the potential to have a beautiful skyline as well. Hope we can be excited both ways on the bay bridge.
I feel that SF and Oakland are the only true cities in BA.
Automobile killed America’s best cities and they are bouncing back now. Suburbs will be forgotten in 50 years
i like my suburbs, thank you.
Opioid epidemic is ruining our cities.