Flower child cooperatives and Victorian bordellos, jazz greats and show stars, tremors and Church of Satan benefit: these proper ‘Painted Lady’ Victorian houses have facilitated them all since 1857, and endure exquisitely flawless. Pastel ‘Postcard Row’ manors (otherwise known as the Full House sitcom setting) along the southeastern edge of this ridge park could not hope to compare with the bright, turreted, preposterously ornamented Queen Anne Victorians along the northwestern end.

During the 1860s, a bandit named Dutch Charlie wouldn’t let anybody close to Alamo Sq’s peak – presently ridge cookout seats let you take in the view he so desirously watched, while little children play tag on his turf at a Victorian-themed slope play area.

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