- Current Prices:$695,000 to $3,750,000
- Closed Prices:$228,833 to $3,100,000
- Median Sale Price:$1,108,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$899
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $679.83,$0 to $800/mo
- Age:1900 to 2016
- Sq. Ft.:300 to 4,869Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 12Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 7Bathrooms
This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy.
Mission District is a community filled with various home designs.
Where to Live
The Mission is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city for it's diversity in both living spaces and people. The northern section feels very much like your typical city living with modern buildings and apartment complexes. There are plenty of hip cafes often frequented by young professionals. The southern half near 24th and Mission are closer to the more traditional feel of the neighborhood. The Mission District has tons of bars and entertainment venues undercut by Mexican restaurants and food trucks that are perfect for experiencing a different side of the city.
Where to Eat
Supreme cuisine might be the most famous thing to come out of the Mission District. The neighborhood is chock full of some of the best food in the city that line along Market street. From food trucks that sell authentic Mexican dishes to delicious pizza slices, this area has it all. A lineup of great restaurants in the neighborhood can be found just a few blocks from 24th and Market that won't break your bank but will satisfy your taste buds.
What You'll See
The Mission District has long been the artistic mecca for young people from all walks of life for many years. But the area still retains its native feel boasting some of the best art and music in the city. You'll see plenty of live street performers near 16th and Mission Streets as well as music venues. The neighborhood has also become a hotspot for young singles in the city.
Friday Night Fun
The Mission District is one of the best and most popular party scenes in the city. From affordable, dimly lit dive bars to pop up galleries and restaurants on Van Ness, these are the reasons so many people flock to this lively neighborhood. The area is typically populated by mostly singles, family-oriented individuals can still feel comfortable in the area because of the amount of cafes and bookstores that are open far longer than most places in the city.
The Perfect Sunday
While the Mission District can be a crazy party scene during Friday and Saturday nights, it can also be one of the most tranquil places in the city. On any given Sunday you can peruse the streets and check out one of the many sidewalk sales that offer everything under the sun. Garfield Square is a tranquil park that is the perfect place to watch a soccer game or relax in the grass while reading a book or having a picnic lunch. There are also places around the park where you can grab non-traditional brunch options.
Tranquil parks • Lots of dining options • Bars and galleries.
Locals Don't Love
Scarce parking • Drunk tourists • Crowded weekends.
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