Noe Valley

About Noe Valley

Tucked between San Francisco's signature hills, Noe Valley is home to many of the city's urban professionals and young families. Noe Valley, which is known as Stroller Town, has plenty of babies in strollers being pushed along its spacious sidewalks. While traffic flow into the neighborhood is limited for cars, the J-Church streetcar provides access to Noe Valley via public transit, and drops residents and visitors off into the two commercial corridors along 24th Street and Church Street.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $699,000 to $7,995,000

Closed Prices: $7,495 to $7,600,000

Median Sale Price: $2,100,000

Average $ per sq ft: $996

Association Fee Ranges: $515/quarter, $85 to $829/mo, $0 to $799

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

Age: 1875 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 334 to 6630 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 7 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Around Noe Valley

San Francisco's famous Victorian and Edwardian homes line the streets of this laid-back neighborhood. Above the shops, bars, and restaurants on 24th Street and Church Street, residents willing to endure a little more noise live in apartments and condos, though all of the neighborhood's single-family homes, duplexes, and apartment buildings are within walking distance of shopping and nightlife. The neighborhood is quieter west of Noe and 24th Street, and it is easy to walk to Dolores Park from the eastern side of the neighborhood.

You can find many Italian and American eateries along Noe Valley's main thoroughfares. For lunch, you can grab Thai curry on Church Street and devour Indian curry for dinner on 24th Street. Brunch is one of the most popular meals in this neighborhood; late-risers choose from many delicious, and sometimes pricey, options for a late breakfast.

Young parents pushing strollers past small parks on 24th Street. While the residential parts of the neighborhood are usually quiet during the day, foot traffic is a constant presence in the commercial areas. Street teams promoting various causes, petitions, and nonprofits flag down pedestrians in the higher traffic corridors.

Take a streetcar or bus to the center of Noe Valley, then have drinks at one of the bars in the heart of the neighborhood. Play trivia at one of the Irish pubs, drink wine or sangria at one of the many wine or tapas bars, or walk to Dolores Park to catch a movie screening during the summer.

Have deviled eggs on 24th Street before seeing the San Francisco Mime Troupe or the Symphony in Dolores Park. Walk off your meal under regularly sunny skies, and stock your kitchen for the week at one of Noe Valley's grocery stores. Find jewelry and art at the many boutiques along Church Street. Visit St. Paul's Catholic Church, where the famous movie "Sister Act" starring Whoopi Goldberg was filmed.

Locals Love

  • Local restaurants and entertainment
  • Family-friendly
  • Access to public transportation

Locals Don't Love

  • Scarce parking
  • Crowded sidewalks

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