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Previous Real Estate Listings from Robert L. Speer & Associates, Inc.

For your residential and commercial real estate needs in San Francisco, California, we offer experience and a historical perspective matched by few others in the business. Peruse some of our previous real estate listings.

Alamo Square Victorian Home — 1267 Fulton Street (Between Divisadero and Scott)

Abstract: Completely detached Victorian home of 1,635 square feet located within the Alamo Square Historic District. The home includes three bedrooms, a remodeled kitchen, two full baths, a large garden with mature plantings, and a garage for one car (or two small cars).


This beautiful Victorian home c. 1885 has been lovingly updated and restored over the years, but still contains many original architectural details, including 11-foot ceilings, triple crown moldings, pocket doors, stained glass windows, molded brass door hardware, original light fixtures, bay windows, and a Victorian facade. There is a beautiful European metal fireplace in the downstairs double parlor, as well as an original white marble fireplace in the master bedroom. Upgrades include hardwood floors throughout, wooden shutters on all windows, and Bradbury & Bradbury wallpaper in the double parlor and master bedroom.

Alamo Square Victorian Home

Additionally, the master bedroom has been enlarged by incorporating the fainting room as well as beautifully enhanced by built-in mirrored door closets on either side of the fireplace and custom-made Italian satin drapes on all the windows. Adjoining the second bedroom is a small Juliet balcony overlooking the deck. Both bathrooms are generously sized, with marble tile tub enclosures. The upstairs bathroom features marble tile countertop and splash guard as well as a Jacuzzi tub, double sinks, and skylight. The downstairs bath includes cheerfully enameled fixtures, as well as a freestanding claw foot tub with a Victorian brass shower attachment. There are a full-size washer and dryer in the laundry closet.

The dine-in kitchen has been renovated with new cabinets, Corian countertops, recessed lighting, appliance cabins, and abundant storage, as well as a GE side-by-side refrigerator with water and ice in the door, Viking range, dishwasher, and garbage disposal. Plumbing and electrical systems have been updated, the foundation is partially concrete, and the roof was new in 1998. There is a full basement offering a large area for storage as well as development possibilities. The house is abundantly light and bright and is just a half block from historic Alamo Square Park.

The Clunie House — 301 Lyon Street (Corner of Fell Street)

Twelve bedrooms and thirteen and one-half baths in 6,300 square feet of developed space, with an additional 2,700 square feet of undeveloped basement rooms and a garage.


This Victorian mansion was designed by William Curlett (the Flood mansion, the Shreve and Phelan buildings) in the Queen Anne style for United States Congressman Thomas Jefferson Clunie in 1897. The home was declared a registered San Francisco historic landmark in 1981. Outstanding architectural elements are the original reinforced concrete foundation, and the open “Belvedere” at the top of the home, which is one of only two surviving in San Francisco today.

Fully restored and updated, this magnificent home retains much superb architectural detailing, including the generous use of mahogany, oak, and redwood paneling in the foyer, front parlor, dining room, library, and other rooms; seven fireplaces with a variety of mantels and surrounds; lovely period chandeliers and fixtures; stained and art glass windows; Bradbury and Bradbury wallpapers; generally eleven foot interior ceilings, and a gabled roof. The inlaid oak floors on the main level are of three different designs. Also, several of the themes used in the exterior of the home, such as the egg and dart trim, are repeated at various places in the interior space, creating an architectural consistency and continuity very pleasing visually.

301 Lyon Street

Corona Heights Queen Anne Victorian House — 4075 17th Street (at Diamond)

Abstract: Completely detached two-bedroom, two-bath home of 1,685 square feet above a space of approximately 800 square feet, which is currently used as an in-law apartment that is unwarranted by both the seller and the agent. The property is fronted by a gated cast iron fence and includes garden, deck, and freestanding one-car garage.

Corona Heights Queen Anne Victorian House


Although completely updated and remodeled, this lovely and spacious home c. 1907 retains much of its original charm. There are three working fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, beautiful custom window and wall coverings, crown moldings, French doors separating interior spaces, and a truly unique and wonderful 400 square foot social kitchen at the very center of the home.

The kitchen amenities include one-piece granite counters; window paned cabinets with lots of storage; a big, cheerful brick mantled fireplace; track lighting; and a large center island which also contains a KitchenAid trash compactor and a Russel Range six burner stove and grill. Overhead is a Thermador professional model lighted range hood. All the other appliances are of the very best quality, including electric Thermador double ovens and a separate warming oven, Bosch dishwasher, and GE Monogram side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. There is enough space in this social kitchen to accommodate a large dining table with chairs and a living room set adjoining the fireplace.

There is also a laundry closet that houses a stackable washer and dryer. Completing this floor is a master bedroom with private bath; formal dining and living rooms, each with a fireplace; guest bedroom; deck; and another full bath. The lower level boasts an open floor plan with tile floors and galley kitchen. 

Gabled Queen Anne Home on Historic Alamo Square - 712 Steiner Street (between Hayes Street and Grove Street)

Abstract: Five bedrooms, two full and two half bath home, one of the famous “postcard” row Victorians bordering historic Alamo Square Park with breathtaking city views beyond.


Three levels of luxurious living space await you in this magnificent Victorian home built by Matthew Kavanaugh in 1896. As you enter through the gracious foyer, your first sight is of the spacious double parlor with its art glass window, mahogany fireplace, ornate moldings and pocket doors. Adjoining is the formal dining room with hard wood floor, corner fireplace, built-in china cabinet and Bradbury and Bradbury wallpaper. Also on this floor is the bright, modern kitchen equipped with traditional, convection, and warming ovens, as well as a center island. Adjacent is a small but beautiful rear garden.

Ascending the beautiful staircase bathed in light from a modern skylight, you pass another lovely art glass window on the landing to arrive on the second floor which offers an impressive master bedroom and bath with ample closets, mirrored doors, glass brick wall and a built-in window seat. Also on this floor is a whimsical child’s bedroom with beautiful, hand painted murals, as well as an enormous parlor/bedroom with fireplace, overlooking the park. Another half bath graces this level.

712 Steiner Street

The private third floor offers two additional bedrooms, each suitable as a home office with built-in bookshelves and cabinets, as well as a tasteful full bath. The upper two levels are Berber carpeted.

The garage level of the home offers space for two cars, workshop, laundry, and a large bonus room which currently accommodates a full size pool table, as well as a wine cellar.

This impeccably maintained home has high, coved ceilings and crown moldings throughout, mostly new double paned windows, and views from every level, to the west overlooking Alamo Square and to the east of the San Francisco skyline. This home is in absolutely move-in condition, and with it’s six color traditionally painted façade, it is one of the most recognizable houses in the world.

National Historical Landmark -
1239-1241 Scott Street (Between Eddy Street and Ellis Street)

Abstract: Six Room Flat; Five Room Flat; and Three Car Garage/Workshop


These Italianate Victorian Flats c. 1870s are listed on the National Register of Historical Landmarks and are located in the Beideman Area Historical District. The building was moved to this location and rehabilitated in 1980.The top floor flat consists of a double parlor with an ornate fireplace/mantel, a front bedroom, a powder room, a large upgraded country kitchen, a full bathroom, a sitting room/office, and a master bedroom. A sunny deck is accessed from the sitting room/office and is connected by stairs to the rear garden. This sunny flat with views has been completely renovated. The lower flat is the same floor plan with the exception of the front bedroom. On the ground floor there is a three car garage and a workshop or large storage area.

1239-1241 Scott Street

Cow Hollow Home With Guest House- 2550 Greenwich Street (Between Divisadero and Scott Streets)

Abstract: Main House consists of 3 Bedrooms and 2.5 Bathrooms with 4 car Garage
Guest House consists of 3 Bedrooms and 2.5 Bathrooms


This 1992 contemporary home of approximately 3,557 Sq. Ft. has a very exciting floor plan. The ground floor has the main entrance hall and parking for possibly as many as 6 cars. The second floor consists of a dramatic two story living room with a wood burning fireplace, a large dining area with a wet bar on a raised level, a powder room, a breakfast area with a skylight, and a fully equipped sunny kitchen with a fireplace, center service island, and balcony. The third floor has two bedrooms, a tiled floor bathroom with a bathtub and a steam shower, and a view mezzanine overlooking the living room and views of the bay. The fourth floor consists of a master bedroom with a tiled floored bathroom with a bathtub and a steam shower, a fireplace, a laundry room, much storage, an adjacent balcony with bay views and a front enclosed south facing balcony with city views. The house has maple hardwood floors throughout. A unique heating system utilizing hot water services all floors and can be zoned off for each room. The hot water is on a separate instant heater. An elevator services all four floors.

Cow Hollow Home

The guest house of approximately 2,068 Sq. Ft. is two stories with a full basement and was extensively rehabilitated. The main floor consists of a rustic living room with a wood burning fireplace and sliding doors to a deck, a powder room, a large country kitchen with a deck, a study/office with sliding doors to a deck. The top floor has a large master bedroom with a fireplace and a separate bathroom, two other bedrooms, and a large bathroom with a bathtub and steam shower.

Telegraph Hill Investment Property — 1453-59 Grant Avenue & 50-52 Bannam Place (Between Union St. & Green St.)

Abstract: Grant Avenue 1453 Storefront Commercial, 1455 Storefront Commercial, 1457 Four room Flat, 1459 Four room Penthouse Flat
Bannam Place 50A Basement Theater, 50 Two room flat, 52 Four room flat


This mixed-use property consists of two wooden frame buildings constructed in 1907. There is a common staircase between them and a full basement underneath both buildings. The electrical system has been upgraded for commercial purposes. The plumbing is mostly copper and includes a fire sprinkler system in the basement. All of the residential units have been remodeled over the years. Buildings on Upper Grant Avenue are rarely available on the open market.

Telegraph Hill Investment Property