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Welcome to Glen Park, San Francisco.
Glen Park owes its name to the Glen Canyon Park, a jagged ravine where much of the land remains as it once was when the native Ohlones used it for food gathering. While there are some hiking trails, a recreation center, day camp and other public amenities, the park is mostly a natural resource with plenty of wildlife such as coyotes and rare butterflies. Mostly made up by residential streets, this area of San Francisco is often overlooked. The houses range from 1920s architecture to newer buildings from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Bungalow style homes with first floor garages is the norm for the Jazz era collection, while the typical post-war home is further up the hill with panoramic windows and street level parking. Glen Park has an adorable street area consisting of a pub, a laundry market and modest selection of restaurants. With most basics covered, for further experiences and conveniences you can easily venture down to the BART for simple transportation downtown. Childcare is abundant with both nurseries, preschools, elementary and upward, and there are several playgrounds to choose from. Real estate in the area is increasingly coveted, as Noe Valley is becoming crowded and buyers seek other options. Most likely, Glen Park will see more and more commercial development in the years to come. But for now, enjoy the family owned stores and restaurants and the quietness of this quaint neighborhood, right by the big city.
"Glen Park" by Franco Folini as licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
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