About Noe Valley
Noe Valley is a central neighborhood of San Francisco between Eureka Valley to the north, Twin Peaks to the West, Glen Park to the South, and the Inner Mission to the East. It has two commercial areas, one on Church Street and one on 24th Street. Both offer great restaurants, bars, and shops. Are you looking for Noe Valley homes for sale? It is important to know that the Noe Valley real estate market is very competitive. The more informed you are the better your ability will be to compete. Mike & Oliver are here to help!
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A Bit of History
Noe Valley, San Francisco is named after the last mayor of Yerba Buena, José de Jesús Noé, who sold the land to John Meirs Horner in 1854 when the area became known as Horner’s Addition. Developed in the early 20th century, Noe Valley has a high concentration of Victorian and Edwardian homes, although few remain as they were first built, having been remodeled and redeveloped over the years. The area started out as a mostly blue collar neighborhood but has become quite wealthy, with homes selling well above $2,000,000 on a regular basis. Back in the days of John Horner, the area was a good distance from the action of San Francisco, where much of the area’s activity was focused. These days many residents of Noe Valley appreciate the area for being close to the amenities of city life, and offering a short drive to the highways leading to Silicon Valley.
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Zip Code(s): 94114
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