Eureka Valley is a quiet, residential neighborhood that is made up of sub-neighborhoods, including Dolores Heights, the Castro, and Liberty Hill. It is a popular neighborhood for families and young professionals, specifically for its acceptance of the LGBT community. The neighborhood serves as a true representation for a classic San Francisco experience with pockets of its residential grid serving as homes to some of the city’s most converted addresses. Exclusive houses are found in Liberty Hill, and other residential areas are packed full of multi-family homes and house-sharing options. If you’re looking for a progressive neighborhood built on the principles of equal rights, be sure to consider the Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights District.
The beautiful Twin Peaks neighborhood offers some of the most dramatic glimpses of San Francisco within the city. Amazing views and unique vistas are plentiful, allowing residents to get a view of the Bay Area that they wouldn’t see in any other neighborhoods. Many locals enjoy hiking around Twin Peaks Boulevard, which forms a figure […]
Parnassus Heights is a subtle neighborhood located along the Mt. Sutro open-space preserve. Located up the hill from Cole Valley, Parnassus Heights has a distinct personality from its southern neighbor. UCSF’s Parnassus Heights campus is located here, giving the community a hip vibe with plenty of college students. However, it is still a great place […]
Noe Valley is a neighborhood of differences. Regardless of your political affiliation, income level, or career choice, there is a place for you in this family-friendly community. Noe Valley is a shopper-friendly district that features lively bookstores, coffee shops, and bistros, and it is a great place to relax after a long day at work. […]