Lombard Street House Fire


The Lombard Street House in December 2000, six months after the fire on 6/8/2000.

"A three-story building at 953 Lombard St. that hosted the third installment of MTV's serial "Real World" program in 1994 was gutted by a fast-moving fire, possibly caused by a tipped candle. The blaze caused more than $2 million in damage. Carrying on MTV's legacy, the house was being occupied by a group of young men and women whose lives were aired - this time live on the Internet. Nine people, including the elderly parents of the house's owner, escaped without injuries from the 3:20 a.m. inferno at one of San Francisco's newest tourist destinations. The house sits just a half-block down from one of The City's most famous landmarks: the crookedest street in the world." (San Francisco Chronicle Article)

Exterior
March 2002, December 2000, June 2000

Interior
4th Floor Bathroom, Billiard Room, Blue Bedroom, Kitchen

Photo Credit: www.RealWorldHouses.com

Lombard Street House Main Page

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Updated - October 5, 2013

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