The San Francisco Chronicle
published an article about “living” in the Mission District. The writer described the neighborhood “as the area from Highway 101 to the north and east to Guerrero Street to the west and Cesar Chavez Street to the south, is sheltered from the wind and fog from the west. This gives it a microclimate that makes it typically warmer and sunnier than most parts of the city.” “It's also possibly the city's trendiest real estate market, and that's not just because of the nice weather. The hip entertainment, location, cutting-edge development and affordable housing are steadily attracting home buyers from more established parts of the city.” Click here
to read the entire article.
One of the most exciting aspects of this neighborhood is the emergence of new restaurants and nightspots. For “foodies,” who are fans of ham and oysters, check out Hog & Rocks, which recently opened at 3431 19th Street. This restaurant is brought to you by the folks at Maverick. Click here
for more information.
Several of the most popular restaurants in the city are located in this neighborhood. Along with the influx of new restaurants is an increase in interest in single family homes and condominiums available. I took a quick look at a few properties on the market in the neighborhood or which recently sold. One 3 bedroom condominium located at 3528 19th Street was listed for $1,100,000. To date, it has not sold. One single family home at 30 Bird listed for $1,200,000 sold for $1,335,000 in 15 days and a home at 76 Lapidge listed for $2,169,000 sold for $2,210,000 in 32 days.