This property is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful, storied and interesting properties in San Mateo. Once owned by William Brown, the 4th mayor of San Mateo, this Queen Anne Victorian was constructed by San Mateo builder Robert Wisnom in 1892. The house has a wonderful hexagonal tower, fish scale siding, ornate gables and an inviting front porch area. The interior is mostly original in terms of style and has hand crafted door and window casings, molding, flooring, windows and a Wedgewood stove. Property designated historic resource but not registered with the Mills Act. Front yard contains a breathtaking heritage oak tree and rear and side yards are home to fruit trees and a lush garden. The house contains a main floor, finished walk-out basement, laundry room and studio apartment. One could take advantage of an additional 1,640sf attic space. The property has several out-buildings including a carport/garage, greenhouse, chicken coops and covered play area.