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Cole Valley

A small neighborhood with considerable charm, Cole Valley is family-friendly and also home to young professionals. It’s synonymous with easy living and defined by its leafy streets adorned with archetypal Victorian row houses and mom-and-pop shops mixed with gourmet finds. Its eclectic dining scene encapsulates its relaxed diversity, from French bistros to upscale Mexican to Middle Eastern fare. 

It’s not unusual for shop owners to know your name here, and friendly residents juggling children, dogs, and strollers are common street sightings. If you want to stretch your legs, Golden Gate Park, Tank Hill Park, and Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve — with its fragrant eucalyptus trees and mystical aura — are all within distance. You could also take the kids to one of the community’s many playgrounds. 

Cole Valley provides good transportation access if you want a change of pace: The N Judah line takes about 20 minutes to reach downtown, and some of the city’s major tech companies offer shuttle pickups right in the neighborhood. If you prefer to drive, a trip to South San Francisco will take about 35 minutes.

People move to Cole Valley to stay, resulting in limited housing inventory and higher prices, but its appeal is undeniable. 

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