Hayes Valley

San Francisco, California Homes for Sale

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About Hayes Valley

Hayes Valley, located between Alamo Square and Civic Center, has an urban and trendy culture that draws different people from all over the world. Mixed crowds partake in fine and casual dining below Hayes Street after a night of music or entertainment. Along Hayes and Linden Streets you can find a variety of bars and restaurants that attract a younger crowd of students and professionals. The neighborhood is also made up of classic Victorian houses as well as public housing buildings. Hayes Valley is known to be a mixture of families, urban culture, and trendy fashion boutiques along lively streets.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $315,047 to $2,498,000

Closed Prices: $227,572 to $3,550,000

Median Sale Price: $1,099,500

Average $ per sq ft: $1172

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $1094/mo, $0 to $1351.52

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1876 to 2018

Sq. Ft.: 1876 to 2018 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Around Hayes Valley

Hayes Valley is a trendy and sought-after area with a variety of housing options, and is ideal for city living with everything nearby. New developments are in place to build condos in the neighborhood to meet growing real estate demands. If you reside near Oak Street you'll experience more noise and traffic because it's the busiest street during the rush hour commute and it leads to the highway. Hayes Valley also has residential pockets of beautiful Victorian, Queen Anne, and Edwardian homes as well as luxury apartments mixed with multi-unit buildings, boutique shops, and restaurants.

Hayes Valley has some very popular dining options that residents love. From a fan favorite brunch spot on Hayes Street to a very quaint and romantic eatery on Laguna Street, or food trucks lined up on busy streets, this neighborhood has something for all appetites. There is also a high-end barbecue restaurant as well as casual eateries nearby that always attract crowds. There are plenty of other options such as beer gardens, Mexican cuisine, and cafés scattered throughout the chic area.

You can expect to see a lot of the theater and arts crowd south of Hayes Street shopping at boutiques and enjoying fine dining. You will run into a lot of students and tourists looking for a new place to eat or hanging out at the local parks. You'll also see young families with small children live in modern single and multi-family homes. And just below on Webster Street, you'll see working-class residents and housing complexes along Hayes to McAllister streets.

In Hayes Valley, Friday nights are spent around Hayes and Linden Streets where a variety of bars and restaurants can be found. Near Fulton Street or by Fell Street, you'll see additional bars and restaurants where you'll see people on dates or enjoying a girls night out. Friday nights are always fun south of Hayes Street where there is a great nightlife scene and an artsy crowd. Residents who want more culture can check out the theater to see the San Francisco Ballet or an opera performance along Fulton Street

Sundays in Hayes Valley are spent at the parks and open green spaces reading books or spending time with the family outdoors. Grab a blanket and picnic basket and enjoy a bite out on the open grass at the local park or garden area. You can also check out a book lounge or visit a jazz center or museum for a dose of history and culture. Have brunch at one of the many restaurants nearby where locals wait in long lines to eat their savory meal with a bloody mary.

Locals Love

  • Urban culture
  • Nightlife and dining options
  • Lively atmosphere

Locals Don't Love

  • Traffic
  • Surrounding neighborhoods

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