Articles Filed Under: Exceptional Garage Doors

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Holy Hotness, History, And Home: Engine Company No. 44 Returns

Holy Hotness, History, And Home: Engine Company No. 44 Returns

Built by the McSheehy Brothers in 1909, 3816 22nd Street served as home to San Francisco’s Engine Company No. 44 and their horses for fifty years. In 1959 the firehouse was sold to Mark and Beth Adams who maintained the firehouse in relatively original condition but employed the space as a private residence and artists’ Read More »

One Very Green House (And Two Green Links)

One Very Green House (And Two Green Links)

282 Pixley: A truly green house hidden down an alleyway in Cow Hollow. Think it’s time to add a category for Exceptional Garage Doors™ (although this picture doesn’t really do them justice). ∙ The Dirt on Green Housecleaners: How Well Do They Tidy Up? ∙ San Francisco gets greener than ever Read More »

Curb Appeal: 104 Collins

Curb Appeal: 104 Collins

104 Collins: Natural wood, earth tones, and succulents; equally at home in Sao Palo or Rio de Janeiro. (view full facade) Read More »