Telegraph Hill Real Estate in San Francisco real estate is a very famous neighborhoods. The Spaniards originally named this Telegraph Hill Real Estate neighborhood Loma Alta which means High Hill and later was known as Goat Hill by the Irish settlers there. In 1849, a windmill-like structure known as a semaphore was erected on the Hill. Its purpose was amazing as in today’s highly connected world you know news as it happens and if you are a commodity trader you can act quickly to buy or sell to make profit. In 1849, the semaphore structure served as an indicator as to the type of cargo being unloaded on the ships coming into port. Merchants could set their commodity prices accordingly.
Telegraph Hill neighborhood over time became a most trendy place to live with poets and other artists in residence. Streets bordering the Telegraph Hill neighborhood include Vallejo Street to the south, Sansome Street to the east, Francisco Street to the north and Powell Street and Columbus Avenue to the west.
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