Noe Valley is a idyllic neighborhood that is located almost directly in the center of San Francisco. Thanks to Twin Peaks, it is sheltered from the fog (which we locals call Karl) so is warmer than the west side of San Francisco. Noe Valley is has many Victorian and Edwardian row houses, parks for dogs and children and several free tennis courts and basketball courts. The main drag is 24th Street which is a thriving commercial district running from Douglass Street on the west to Dolores Street on the east. Some of my favorite haunts are; Rin Thai, La Ciccia, Noe Valley Bakery, Firefly, The Little Chihuahua and Happy Donuts! There is a farmers’ market at the Town Square on 24th Street every weekend with fresh produce from local farmers. Many families live in Noe Valley so the sidewalks are bustling with baby carriages, children, and family pets. There is easy access from Noe Valley to the 280 freeway which makes it a favorite neighborhood for people who work on the Peninsula or in the South Bay. Noe Valley also has the J Church line which will take you to downtown San Francisco or Dolores Park. There is a sense of community in Noe Valley and this is the neighborhood that I call home!
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