High on a Hill: Liberty Street
The six blocks between Valencia and Castro that make up Liberty Street have it all in the character department: beautiful archecture, great views, and a charming complex of stairway walks. This historic district is one of the City's best-preserved Victorian neighborhoods. Italianate, Stick-Eastlake and Queen Anne buildings were erected here from 1860-1890 and were saved from the 1906 fire by a landmark fire hydrant on Church Street at 20th.

Copyright 2001 Hank Donat
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