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Updated Edwardian on top of Noe & Eureka Valleys! This two-bedroom, one-bath flat in a two-unit building features a freshly remodeled kitchen with breakfast room, revamped bathroom with Carrara marble countertops, and newly refinished hardwood floors. Built-in bookshelves welcome your favorite tomes and knickknacks, while a wood-burning fireplace and designer lighting help set a warm and welcoming mood.
Large windows provide all day natural light throughout the home, with partial Eureka Valley views from the breakfast room. Single-car independent parking and a large, deeded storage room increase the convenience factor, with a shared patio providing outdoor relaxation.
404 Diamond’s prime location at the junction of Noe Valley and Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights you’re just minutes away from the diverse shopping, gastronomic and cultural delights. Welcome home!
With Karl the Fog blanketing most of San Francisco, Noe Valley is a sunny exception.This is mostly thanks to the neighborhood’s location below Twin Peaks and Glen Ridge; both of these hills help keep Karl at “bay,” which allows Noe Valley residents to enjoy more sunny days than normal. Real estate in Noe Valley ranges from spacious condos to quaint row houses with fully upgraded interiors. Compared to other San Francisco neighborhoods, prospective residents are often amazed at the large floor plans available here.
If you have been searching for a neighborhood that is both centrally-located and commuter-friendly, Noe Valley is a great place to call home. You can take a short walk to Church Street and catch the Muni J train and be at Google headquarters in 45 minutes or less. Noe Valley is also near several bus lines and major highways, which makes it easy to travel down the street or all the way to Silicon Valley.
Mission Dolores Park sits right on the northern edge of Noe Valley and is a popular place for locals who love the outdoors. Amenities include two off-leash dog areas, a variety of different sports fields/courts, and a playground for the little ones. Dolores Park is also home to many festivals and live performances, so you never know what may be in store for you here!
The local food scene in Noe Valley is incredibly popular with neighborhood residents, commuters, and tourists alike. Whole Foods is one of the nation’s most popular grocery stores, and a great place to keep your fridge and pantry stocked with high-quality organic foods. However, when locals want to enjoy a meal away from home, Toast Eatery, Patxi’s Pizza, and The Little Chihuahua are a few popular hot spots.
If you love to visit farmers’ markets, the Noe Valley Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 8am to 1pm. Featuring local and organic meats, produce, dairy and other goods, this is a Farmers Market you will want to visit time and time again.