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Noe Valley

Noe Valley is a charming neighborhood located in the central part of San Francisco, California. It is known for its stunning Victorian homes, friendly residents, and bustling commercial corridor. Noe Valley is a great place to live for those who want a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood with easy access to the city. Here is a guide to help you get to know Noe Valley:


Geography: Noe Valley is bordered by the neighborhoods of Eureka Valley and Castro to the north, the Mission District to the east, Glen Park to the south, and Twin Peaks to the west. It is situated on a hill and is known for its beautiful views of the San Francisco Bay.


Housing: Noe Valley is known for a mix of its charming Victorian homes and modern masterpieces built over the last 10 years as the neighborhood has really caught fire. There are condo and apartment buildings in/around the area, offering something for everyone!


Shopping and dining: Noe Valley is home to 2 bustling commercial corridors along 24th Street and Church Street. 24th is home to the Noe Valley Farmer's Market on Saturdays, Whole Foods, Noe Valley Bakery, Noe Bagel, La Boulangerie, Vive La Tart, Trad Bone Broth, and Hiway Burgers while Church offers Eric's Chinese, La Ciccia Sardinian, and Chloe's for breakfast and brunch. There are a bunch of independent stores, fitness studios, restaurants, and cafes. 


Parks and recreation: Noe Valley is home to several parks and playgrounds, including Douglass Playground, which has a playground, basketball courts, and a baseball field. There is also Noe Valley Town Square, which is a popular spot for community events and gatherings. For those who enjoy outdoor activities, the neighborhood is located near a number of hiking and biking trails in the nearby hills. And, lest we forget, Dolores Park is just down the hill.


Schools: Noe Valley is home to a number of excellent public and private schools, including Alvarado Elementary School, which is known for its strong academic program and diverse student body. There are also several private schools in the area, including St. Paul's Catholic School and the Noe Valley Nursery School.


Getting around: Noe Valley is well-served by public transportation, with several bus lines running through the neighborhood. The 24th Street Mission BART station is also located in the neighborhood, providing easy access to the rest of the Bay Area.


Overall, Noe Valley is a wonderful place to live, with its charming Victorian homes, bustling commercial corridor, and strong sense of community. It is a great place for families and those who want a quiet, yet convenient, place to live in San Francisco.


If you're interested in exploring Noe Valley, don't hesitate to reach out!

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