The James Leary Flood and Maud Lee Flood residence was designed and constructed between 1912 and 1915 at 2222 Broadway in
San Francisco, California. James hired architects Bliss & Faville who had designed San Francisco's Westin St. Francis Hotel,
Garry Theater, and Bank of California, among many others. Bliss & Faville were known for grandeur and attention to detail.
The Flood Mansion was designed in the classical styles of the Italian Renaissance with influences of Rococo, Tudor, Georgian,
and Mediterranean Revival styles.