The famous row of Victorian houses in San Francisco known as "The Painted Ladies." Often seen in movies and TV shows, such as "Full House."
The house made famous by the exterior shots from TV's "Full House." Located at 1709 Broderick St.
Sid Vicious lived at 32 Delmar in the Haight-Ashbury area in San Francisco. This is the house Sid Vicious suffered a non-fatal overdose, following the last Sex Pistols show, in 1978. He died a year later.
A house in the Haight where convicted killer Charles Manson once lived in the 1960s. The house is located at 616 Page Street. Manson lived here during the Summer of Love in 1967 where he established himself as a guru of some sort.
The Grateful Dead House, located at 710 Ashbury. The Dead lived at this house from 1966 to 1968. This included the famous drug bust in 1967, and the Summer of Love.
The home of actor Robin Williams, located in the Sea Cliff area of San Francsico.
618 Parnassus was the home of Hunter S. Thompson in the early days, when he was writing about the Hell's Angels. Thompson lived in the Haight-Ashbury area from 1965-1967.
The Jefferson Airplane Mansion at 2400 Fulton, on the north side of Golden Gate Park. The band purchased the house in 1968. It was later sold in the mid-80s.
Danielle Steel on the corner of Washinton and Octavia streets in San Francisco.
The one time apartment of Jimi Hendrix at 1524 Haight St.
Mark Pincus, founder of the online social gaming company Zynga, had a home at 3855 Washington. The home is located in the Presidio Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, and although the famed billionaire never lived in the residence.
House from the movie "Mrs. Doubtfire"
Robin Williams' house in Sea Cliff
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