The Haight district is a neighborhood in San Francisco famous for the “Summer of Love” in 1967 where Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and Jefferson Airplane all lived in this neighborhood and performed in Golden Gate Park. Starting at Masonic Avenue on the east, it stretches about five city blocks down to Stanyan Street. Haight Street runs through the middle of the neighborhood where you can find vintage clothing stores, specialty shops, bars, and restaurants. Condominium and apartments can be found just above and below Haight along Page and Waller. Once you get above Frederick Street, your options widen with more single-family homes.
Twin Peaks, the neighborhood named after its two prominent hills, is located in the geographic center of San Francisco. A major part of the land in the area had to be terraced, with many street names – such as Villa Terrace and Graystone Terrace – reflecting that practice. The neighborhood’s living is often characterized by […]
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 quaint, in-demand neighborhood where you can find both working-class families and Silicon Valley millionaires. Packed with rows of Victorian and Edwardian homes stretching over the hills, the neighborhood is often flooded with sun. The famous 24th Street is often packed with strollers, dog walkers, or anyone heading to one of the […]