With its terrific weather and close proximity to downtown San Francisco and freeways that serve the Peninsula and East Bay, Noe Valley has always been an ideal place to call home for many San Francisco residents. Bustling 24th Street serves as the heart of this diverse neighborhood with its half mile-long business corridor. While home prices in certain segments of Noe Valley can rival those in some of San Francisco’s northern neighborhoods, the large size of this quintessential San Francisco neighborhood offers something for most homeowners. Residential properties in Noe Valley’s run the gamut from quaint Victorian homes along Dolores Street to the multi-million dollar view homes that line the hillsides, from Edwardian flats to modern condominium projects, and from small two-unit buildings to large multi-unit apartment buildings.
Noe Valley is roughly bounded by Upper Market to the west, 21st Street to the north, Guerrero Street to the east and 30th Street to the south.