Visitacion Valley

Visitacion Valley

San Francisco, California Homes for Sale

About Visitacion Valley

Visitacion Valley is a family-oriented neighborhood incorporating part of the Daly City neighborhood, Bayshore. There are strong ties with the international community, thus bringing cultural infusion by way of shops, restaurants, and lifestyle. With redevelopment and neighborhood beautification, Visitacion Valley draws working class professionals and young families taking advantage of San Francisco glamour at more cost-friendly living.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $938,000 to $1,300,000

Closed Prices: $610,000 to $2,050,000

Median Sale Price: $1,080,000

Average $ per sq ft: $721

Association Fee Ranges: $154 to $465/mo, $0 to $386

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

Age: 1900 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 712 to 5342 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 11 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 9 Bathrooms

Around Visitacion Valley

Clean streets provide a multitude of housing options with a variety of pricing. Single-family homes offer yards for children, giving the neighborhood a more potent sense of community than in the high-rises of central San Francisco. Architectural styles can be seen from common Victorian homes to new construction. Housing is most desirable closer to the Schlage Lock Factory Redevelopment Project, an area of the neighborhood improved to include remodeling, commerce, and general street beautification.

Don't expect a lot of lavish options here. This neighborhood is all about food and flavor at reasonable prices, not ambience. The locals here are very passionate about their favorite eateries and don't mind them being untouched by tourists. Authentic ethnic choices are abounding. Try Luen Fat on Leland Avenue for bargain meals and memorable Chinese dishes.

Here the vibe is all about community. Turn any corner and you may find yourself in front of a community garden. Quiet streets lend the perfect canvas for locals to patronize the many ethnic eateries or stroll the streets while taking in panoramic views. Slowly this neighborhood is becoming an appreciated destination for visitors to escape the traditional bustle of overcrowded tourist attractions and bask in the hidden gems that Visitacion Valley has to offer.

Think close-knit. Everybody is a regular at these local bars. It's less about the trendy single scene of other neighborhoods and more about pulling up a stool and telling the bartender about your day. Try local-favored, Twelve Specs' Adler Museum CF, on Adler Street. Chat with friends or thumb through hundreds of postcards sent from their regulars as they travel the world. Walk across the street to another local hotspot, Vesuvio's, and admire the eclectic crowd of artists and poets, and is known for their former regular, Jack Kerouac.

Visit John McLaren Park for an outdoor adventure with a golf course, soccer field, playground for the children and ponds, grass, and more. This park also boasts the largest dog park in all of San Francisco so there are hundreds of dogs on any given day. Take in a concert, sports event, or agricultural fair at renowned venue, The Cow Palace, or investigate the shops selling authentic Chinese wares.

Locals Love

  • Convenient access to public transportation
  • Clean neighborhood

Locals Don't Love

  • Underutilized commercial spaces
  • Some buildings need renovation

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