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3816 22nd Street
San Francisco, California, United States


Engine Company 44 is a two-story Mission Revival firehouse originally constructed around 1909 by the McSheehy Brothers. The property was sold by the Fire Department in 1959 to well known local artists and has been used as an art studio and private residence in the quaint Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. The firehouse is extremely spacious and still retains much of its original detail and fixtures. A rare opportunity to own a very unique residence and piece of San Francisco history!

Original detail and fixtures, Massive open space, 3700 +/- Square feet, Bonus storage building, Tower guest quarters, Amazing possibilities!.

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