For the person who loves to stroll down tree-lined streets, perhaps walking with their beloved pet, there is no better neighborhood than South Park, one of the oldest and most delightful in our midst. If you are also an aficionado of older houses, South Park may fit the bill to the max.
South Park is east of Balboa Park and south of North Park; nestled between Juniper Street and A Street. It was carved out of the area known as Golden Hill and includes an area formerly known as Brooklyn Heights. Development in South Park began around 1905 when streetcars were a feature until their retirement in 1939.
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