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Location : 2007 Franklin St

Built in : 1886

Admission : Adult: $10
Children under 5 years: Free
Seniors (65+) & Children (6-12 years): $8

House Tour Timings : Tour Duration: 1 hour
Timings: Every 30 minutes from 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Parking : Street Parking Area

Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

Haas–Lilienthal House, San Francisco Overview

Haas–Lilienthal House is undoubtedly the daintiest landmark of San Francisco. Built in 1886 on 2007 Franklin Street of Pacific Heights, this magnificent house exemplifies Victorian royalty. It was designed as a private residence for William and Bertha Haas, the wealthy business moguls of San Francisco, who originally belonged to Bavarian Jewish community. The grandeur house built in the Queen Anne architectural style was dextrously planned by Jewish architect Peter Schmidt.

Haas–Lilienthal House, which sustained the 1906 earthquake and fire of San Francisco, has been recognized as an important historic site, integral to the representation of immigrant Jewish community in America, who contributed in the advancement of San Francisco. The house which served as a private residence to Haas- Lilienthal family until 1972 was finally donated to the San Francisco Heritage, a non-profit organization, after the demise of William’s daughter Alice Haas-Lilienthal in the same year. The Victorian house is divided into three floors which includes bed-chambers, nursery, and bathroom and servant quarters along with original furniture and artifacts. 

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