Welcome back to Open Thread Fridays, where we ask you to tell us something about San Francisco real estate, structures, housing, and more. Have something you want discussed? Let us know.
From Lilac and Lombard to Napier Lane and Macondray Lane, there are a slew of exceedingly charming streets in San Francisco. Some of the prettiest in the world, in fact.
So we’re curious what Curbed readers think: What would you say is the most beautiful street inn San Francisco? With so many to choose from—graffiti-laced alleys hidden off of main drags, streets dotted with stunning old homes, avenues with glorious views—it may be hard to pick just one. But we know you’ve got a favorite! Leave your picks in the comments, and be sure to include a photo, because we actually want to see what makes these blocks so beautiful.