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The Gordan/Noble Residence
Location Information
Style Italianate Victorian
Street Prescott Street
Number 1327
City San Francisco
State California
Country United States of America
Owner Information
Previous Dan Gordon
Current Mrs. Noble
Next Door to Halliwell Manor, directly located on left side of the Halliwells
Mrs. Noble may or may not have purchased the house from Dan; the house could have had another owner between 2000 and 2004

Dan Gordon, an ex-boyfriend of Charmed One Piper Halliwell, lived in this house with his niece Jenny.


Dan on his doorstep

The two lived in the home for less than one year before Dan decided to move to Portland, Oregon for a job opportunity.

A middle aged woman known solely as Mrs. Noble moved into the house after Dan left. It is unknown if she had a husband who lived with her or how long she lived in the home. It is also unknown if Mrs. Noble purchased the home from Dan or if someone else lived in the home prior to her.

In Reality - The Foy House[]

Like the house used as Halliwell Manor, this home is located in Angelino Heights in the Echo Park district of Los Angeles, California. It has seen three different Los Angeles addresses; first it was built in 1872 at 7th and Figueroa, then moved in 1920 to Witmer Street across from the Good Samaritan Hospital, then to 1337 Carroll Avenue lot in 1992.

The house was designed for the prominent Foy family; Mary Foy was Los Angeles' first female Chief Librarian and was a key figure in the suffrage movement.

This large home is Italianate in style, and may have been designed by Ezra Kysor, who also designed the Los Angeles St. Vibiana's Cathedral.

In September 1962, the Foy House was designated as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, only the eighth property to receive the designation at the time. Now, the entire 1300 block where the house resides on Carroll Avenue is a national historic site.