San Diego | $995,000
A Queen Anne house built in 1897, with three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, on a 0.1-acre lot
This remarkably well-kept home has many features associated with Queen Anne style, including gables trimmed in fish-scale shingles and delicately carved railings framing interior and exterior stairs. It is about two blocks away from another notable Queen Anne house: Villa Montezuma, a historic house museum run by the city of San Diego.
Downtown San Diego, and the city’s Gaslamp Quarter, a major nightlife destination, are about five minutes away by car, as is Balboa Park.
Size: 1,331 square feet
Price per square foot: $748
Indoors: A wrought-iron gate wraps around the house, with a paved path leading to the stoop and covered front porch.
To the right of the foyer is a living room with original wood floors and window molding; an iron light fixture hanging from the ceiling; and doors leading to the foyer and the formal dining room topped with original etched-glass transom windows.