This tiny enclave is bordered on its three sides by some of San Francisco’s most vibrant neighborhoods: Lower Haight, The Castro and Inner Mission. Although it’s the epicenter of San Francisco street culture, it’s relatively a mellow, breezy neighborhood with cute cafes, locally owned storefronts, and picturesqueVictorian homes and renovated condominium flats.
A very diverse mix of demographics from young urban professionals to long time residents who love living in the heart of the city.
Tree-lined streets with easy accessibility to dining, arts and cultural events.
Quintessential San Francisco. Run a quick errand by foot - everything you need is close by. Bump into neighbors at the neighborhood dog park. Very bike and commuter friendly.
Just going outside for a stroll around the neighborhood can quickly become an urban adventure.
Renovated Victorian flats are highly sought after in this desirable neighborhood. There are also cute Victorian homes with sunken gardens intermixed with new condo developments.
Being so close to San Francisco nightlife yet feeling away from it all when you live in Duboce Park.
Urban retreat, charming, artful, vibrant, residential, convenient, central, livable
Financial District 10m by car
South San Francisco 25m by car
Silicon Valley 55m by car
East to West Bordered by Market Street to the east, Castro Street to the west, Duboce Street To the North
Nearby Neighborhoods Lower Haight, The Mission, Castro, Upper Market