Over the past year, home prices have been a widely debated topic. Some have said we’ll see a massive drop in prices and that this could be a repeat of 2008 – which hasn’t happened. Others have forecasted a real estate market ...Read More
Set between the colorful Castro and the Inner Mission Districts, Mission Dolores is a surprisingly sedate neighborhood in one of San Francisco's oldest sectors. Home to the Mission San Francisco de Asis, commonly referred to as Mission Dolores, the Mission Dolores neighborhood is an eclectic community with a diverse population and an active arts community.
Residents of Mission Dolores have little need to ever leave the neighborhood. The Mission Dolores Park is a fabulous place to picnic, play, and enjoy a variety of entertainments from live music to people watching. Neighborhood shops and great dining options keep shoppers and foodies happy; and for those who must commute, proximity to MUNI, BART, and the local freeways keep trips to downtown San Francisco or other parts of the Bay Area uncomplicated.
Housing in the Mission Dolores neighborhood is as diverse as the population with a variety of architectural styles and a mix of the old with the new. Victorian and Edwardian style homes dating back to the late 1800s give the neighborhood an old-fashioned dignity, and stylish contemporary homes and condominiums offer modern flair. Some of the homes in Mission Dolores sit on busy streets, although many can be found on quiet side streets and cul-de-sacs, just outside of the hustle and bustle but within an easy stroll of the action.
The real estate market in Mission Dolores is a great example of the "something for everybody" theory. From high end to affordable, single family homes and condos for sale in Mission Dolores represent a wide range of price points, making this neighborhood a great place to keep an eye on in your search for a great home, in a good location, at a reasonable price.
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