We’ve had a serious crush on the converted firehouse at 3022 Washington for as long as we can remember. And just when we thought our crush couldn’t get any stronger, we catch a glimpse of that beautiful wood burning stove…
Designed by Architect Bernhardt Henriksen, the San Francisco firehouse was active until 1963 and then converted into a residence by interior designer John Dickinson. It’s an honest to goodness San Francisco landmark (#93), and served as home to former California governor and Oakland mayor Jerry Brown in the early 90s.
∙ Listing: 3022 Washington Street (3/4.5) – $4,850,000 [MLS]
∙ Engine Company 23 Firehouse [verlang.com]
∙ San Francisco Landmark 93: Engine Company #23 [NoeHill]