Welcome to Eureka Valley/Castro
Why We Love Eureka Valley
The Eureka Valley neighborhood is a welcome addition to San Francisco, injecting a good deal of enthusiasm and life into the city. Regardless of whether you're searching for an affordable, close-to-vibrant Castro neighborhood or you're looking for a more private area where you and your family may call home, you'll locate a residence that will suit your needs. Many community organizers live in the neighborhood, and the neighborhood is also a haven for the LGBT community. Many San Francisco residents also consider Eureka Valley to be one of the nicest residential neighborhoods in the city. This tranquil, serene area is nonetheless positioned close to many places with stunning views, as well as a lively metropolis.
Dolores Heights and Eureka Valley is a part of the Castro District, widely recognized as the epicenter of the LGBT rights movement. This neighborhood has many families with children and many great schools in an increasingly diverse neighborhood. In eastern Liberty Hill, properties with gorgeous vistas are few and far between. Commute also boasts a multitude of architectural styles and property kinds, including several pre-Quake Victorians. Here on Castro Street, you'll find a storefront museum honoring the city's first openly gay politician, Harvey Milk, as well as the iconic Castro Theatre, and there are many fantastic restaurants and shops to visit, too. Not only does the neighborhood flood into adjacent historic Mission Dolores, but the neighborhood also spills into popular Mission Dolores. The locals especially love to use numerous well-designed and gloriously sunny parks, including the delightful Dolores Park with its tennis courts and Kite Hill, and the delightful Seward Street slides.