Nobby Clarke Mansion
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250 Douglass St · interesting places nearby
Nobby Clarke Mansion information
Built in 1892 by an attorney who wanted sunnier weather than fashionable Nob Hill afforded, this gorgeous Queen Anne mansion went uninhabited after its construction: Snob Hill socialites dubbed the house 'Nobby Clarke's Folly' and his wife refused to move in. It served briefly as a hospital; now it's apartments.