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Living the San Francisco Dream - Issue #12

 

 

Walking in San Francisco – what better way to get acquainted with our neighborhoods?

And one doesn’t have to walk far to find an enchanting stairway.  Of course, there generally is a way to avoid a staircase, but for those willing and able, heading up or down a staircase can be an adventure in itself, no matter how quickly or slowly we advance.

Stairs to the Coastal Trail, SF(Pictured: stairs in the Presidio, heading to the Coastal Trail)

 

Today’s issue of Living the San Francisco Dream  introduces you to several staircases in different neighborhoods,

Come enjoy the trek!

 

Blog: Staircase walks in San Francisco – the stairs at 16th Street and Moraga in Golden Gate Heights

Blog: Acme Alley – a charming staircase in the Eureka Valley

Blog: Exploring Havens Street – a lovely Russian Hill staircase to nowhere in particular

 

 

 

--- Come for a visit; Stay for a lifetime!

Lottie Kendall, Realtor®

Compass

CA DRE#10215160; 650-465-4547

Lottie@LottieKendall.com

www.LottieKendall.com

Peninsula Living Business Page

www.SFCondosForMe.com

 

 

Comment balloon 9 commentsLottie Kendall • October 15 2014 08:32AM
Living the San Francisco Dream - Issue #12
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