True to its name, Duboce Triangle is a triangularly shaped neighborhood in San Francisco's Central District (District 5). With its boundaries defined by Duboce Avenue, Market Street and Castro Street, Duboce Triangle packs a lot of neighborhood into a relatively small space. Shielded from the famous San Francisco fog by Buena Vista and Twin Peaks, Duboce Triangle tends to be one of the sunnier districts in the more westerly reaches of the city.
Although it is primarily a residential community, Duboce Triangle is home to a medical center, a number of small eateries, and a supermarket in addition to corner grocery stores. For amenities not found just around the corner, businesses along Market Street provide most of the necessities of life. Residents looking for a little more excitement will find it in nearby Hayes Valley, Haight Ashbury, and The Castro, which are all within walking distance. Public transportation is readily available and freeway access is just minutes away, providing commuters with convenient options.
Tree lined streets, small pocket parks, and the popular Duboce Park soften the edges of Duboce Triangle and provide an attractive setting for the vintage Victorian and Edwardian style homes so prevalent in the neighborhood. Most homes are well maintained and represent a nice mix of single-family homes, condominiums, and apartment buildings.
Real estate in Duboce Triangle has experienced a resurgence in popularity over recent years, as buyers looking for a subtly edgy San Francisco neighborhood purchase and renovate the classic Victorian homes in the area. If you are looking for a nice little slice of San Francisco life, consider taking a look at homes for sale in Duboce Triangle.
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