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Axford House

Axford House Review

This mauve house was built in 1877 by William Axford, a Scottish immigrant and metalsmith whose Mission Iron Works made cannonballs for the Union Army during the Civil War. The house, perched several feet above the sidewalk, was built when Noe Valley was still a rural area, as evidenced by the hayloft in the gable of the adjacent carriage house. The original iron fence, made in Axford's foundry, remains.

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  • Address: 1190 Noe St., at 25th St., Noe Valley, San Francisco, CA, 94114 | Map It
  • Location: Noe Valley
Updated: 05-01-2013

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