Noe Valley
Overview: Situated with architectural San Francisco houses, this trendy area has fast become one of the most desirable places to live. Noe Valley is nestled in the lowland between Twin Peaks and Diamond Heights. Noe Valley real estate ranges from large Victorian and Edwardian homes to row housing and apartments. On weekends, people can be seen on 24th Street, enjoying brunch, sipping chai lattes outside coffee shops or browsing organic food stores.
Twin Peaks
Overview: Twin Peaks consists of two hills in the center of San Francisco, with elevations of nearly 1,000 feet. Low rise apartments and condo complexes make up the majority of Twin Peaks residences. The Twin Peaks and Glen Canyon parks give residents ample open space and recreation trails. Twin Peaks offers some of the most panoramic views of the city and bay. Some real estate on the northern crest of Twin Peaks resemble Spanish villas, while the eastern side is home to many apartment complexes.
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Dolores Heights
Overview: Dolores Heights is a hilly neighborhood named after Dolores Heights, a hill within the neighborhood. It borders The Castro to the north, Dolores Park to the east, Noe Valley to the south, and Upper Market to the west. Many streets within Dolores Heights are dead-end cul de sacs connected by steep staircases with beautiful views. As a result, the area has become a favorite for morning boot camps. It is an affluent and quiet neighborhood with a mixture of Victorians, apartment buildings, and detached houses.. Benefiting from Twin Peaks blocking the strong winds and fog found almost year-round in San Francisco, Dolores Heights remains relatively warm, sunny and fog-free.