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Noe Valley – Real Estate

The neighborhood we call home, “This place is great!  You can see for miles from here. And Sunny? Wow!” Jose de Jesus Noe, San Francisco’s last Mexican Mayor, liked the little valley so much he built his ranch here.  Noe Valley is roughly bordered to the north by 22nd Street,

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Glen Park – Real Estate

The Glen Park neighborhood draws its name from Glen Canyon Park, a lush 70-acre park that is a natural canyon with hiking trails and recreational facilities including tennis courts, playing fields and playgrounds. Separated by hills, it is located between Noe Valley, Diamond Heights and Bernal Heights, with homes privately

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Mission Dolores

This Upper Market district, which includes Duboce Triangle, Mission Dolores and Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights, offers a rich variety of attractive homes, many of them Victorian that are very well maintained. This hilly area offers a variety of dramatic city views. The many amenities on and around Market and Castro Streets

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West Portal – Real Estate

West Portal is an authentic San Francisco neighborhood that hasn’t changed much over the last several decades.  It’s main street, West Portal Avenue, is an upscale yet low-key shopping corridor of numerous restaurants, coffee shops, several ice cream stores, bookstores, Irish pubs and a movie theater.  You’ll see plenty of

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St. Francis Wood

St. Francis Wood is a neighborhood in San Francisco that includes Sherwood Forest, Balboa Terrace, Mount Davidson Manor, Monterey Heights, Westwood Park and Westwood Highlands. In these areas, you will find some of the most architecturally interesting and best-cared-for homes and lawns in all of San Francisco. You won’t find

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Forest Hill – Real Estate

On land once owned by Alfred Sutro, think of Forest Hill as a prosperously elegant neighborhood that is also a distinct community. Characterized by extravagantly landscaped winding lanes replete with its’ own recently renovated Maybeck Clubhouse, a garden club, a women’s social organization, and the annual Forest Hill Musical Days

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Mission District – Real Estate

The Mission District consists of The Inner Mission and Outer Mission, and is located between Noe Valley and Potrero Hill and SOMA on its’ Western Border.  It has become one of the fastest changing neighborhoods in the city. Home to a rich Hispanic cultural history since the 1950’s, defined by colorful

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Potrero Hill – Real Estate

Just South of SOMA and Mission Bay, Potrero Hill was once a mostly industrial neighborhood which is now populated by young families and the tech workforce. Sought after as much for its sunny hillside and sweeping views as it’s isolated quiet feel with easy access to downtown. The flatlands below

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Duboce Triangle

This Upper Market district, which includes Duboce Triangle, Mission Dolores and Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights, offers a rich variety of attractive homes, many of them Victorian that are very well maintained. This hilly area offers a variety of dramatic city views. The many amenities on and around Market and Castro Streets

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