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Cole Valley Real Estate

Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights is a down-to-earth, family friendly neighborhood right in the heart of San Francisco.  Located in District 5, just east of Forest Knolls - between Clarendon Heights and Haight Ashbury - Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights has weather that tends to be mild and pleasant, plenty of community pride, a busy commercial district, and an interesting mix of real estate.

The intersection of Cole and Carl Streets marks Cole Valley's commercial diistrict, where sidewalk cafes, mom-and-pop shops, restaurants, and a variety of service oriented businesses serve the needs of the community.  Public transportation is readily available, connecting Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights with downtown San Francisco.  Hiking and biking enthusiasts have no need to stray far from the neighborhood; trails (some complete with stunning views of the surrounding city) abound in nearby Golden Gate Park, Tank Hill Park, Mt. Sutro, and Buena Vista Park.

Most of the homes in Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights are detached single-family homes, built in the early 1900s, although the neighborhood has a fair mix of newer multi-family condos and rental apartments as well.  Shady, tree lined streets are characteristic of Cole Valley, while the Parnassus Heights section of the neighborhood features many older, wood-shingled homes reminiscent of Berkeley.

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Cole Valley Neighborhood Real Estate / Parnassus Heights Real Estate

Real estate in Cole Valley / Parnassus offers good value for the price.  Proximity to shopping, easy access to public transportation, and a nice selection of both single-family homes and condominiums make homes for sale in Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights popular with San Francisco home buyers.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Real Estate Team to find out more about real estate in Cole Valley or utilize our website to exlore mls listings in SF.

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