The 2200 Block of Octavia Near Danielle Steel’s Mansion is Sort of Like the Crookedest Street in the World, Sort Of

Well, here it is, the 2200 block of Octavia Street betwixt Washington and Jackson in San Francisco’s tony Specific Whites District right near writer Danielle Steel’s large white mansion and just up the hill from our 3.5-star Yelp-rated German Consulate.*

See? It’s got a brick surface and it’s curvy, sort of:

There it is on the left. (How many of the cars you can see are owned by Ms. Steel? She used to have 26(!) residential parking permits, you know…)

Fake Lombard Street is a big FAIL, IMO.

Oh well.

Why is it here? Who built it? I know not.

*”Gee honey, do you think we should go to the consulate after getting those deportation notices?” “I don’t know, Cupcake. Let’s check Yelp first…” 

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2 Responses to “The 2200 Block of Octavia Near Danielle Steel’s Mansion is Sort of Like the Crookedest Street in the World, Sort Of”

  1. Burgos says:

    Correction: Specific Whites DISTRICT.

    I’ve noticed that every area that we’ve always known as the Mission, Castro, Lower Haight, etc., have been appended with DISTRICT, more than in past years. So let’s slap the rich with the same tacky label.
    Isn’t Steele living in Paris now? Still, I have to agree with her statement about the way many San Franciscans dress; you’re going to Trader Joe’s, not scaling Mount Shasta.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Cheerfully withdrawn. Correcting coming.

    I saw Gavin Newsom at the Masonic Trader Joe’s one time – suit with no necktie. I think he moved to LA or someplace so i won’t have to worry about that again…