Homes for Sale in Mission District

San Francisco's Mission District is a lively neighborhood located in the eastern part of the city. It covers a large area with diverse characteristics that change as you move around. The majority of housing in the disctrict consists of condos, with a small number of single-family residences, and duplexes. Most of the condominium buildings are low-rise buildings of small and medium sizes.

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Mission District Listings

Mission District Stats May 21, 2024
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About Mission District

The main shopping and dining areas of The Mission are situated along Mission, Valencia, and 24th Streets, and the area is predominantly influenced by Latino culture and demographics. The neighborhood boasts excellent access to public transportation with two BART stations at Mission & 16th and Mission & 24th, providing fast and reliable access to the Financial District and other destinations around the Bay.

The district is divided into several distinct areas:

  • The north-central section above 18th Street is less residential and has many light industrial and medium-density commercial buildings.
  • The Valencia corridor along the western edge has undergone substantial renovation and offers a range of trendy, upscale (for The Mission) restaurants, bars, shops, and cafes.
  • Mission Street below 16th is essentially an outdoor shopping bazaar that's lined with countless taquerias.
  • The southwest corner, located west of Folsom and south of 22nd, is gradually acquiring the nickname “Baja Noe Valley” due to its proximity to the adjacent neighborhood and similarities in housing stock. Real estate prices drop significantly when moving from Noe Valley to the Inner Mission, making it a value play for people who desire to be in Noe Valley but need a lower price point.
  • The southern strip between 26th Street and Cesar Chavez features some redeveloped public housing. Additionally, Cesar Chavez is a busy multi-lane connecting route to Highway 101.
  • The southeast corner from Cesar Chavez up to 21st is affected by proximity to the Highway 101 interchange and by traffic and noise from San Francisco General Hospital.
  • The vast middle and central section between 18th and 25th offers good, more affordable housing with many pleasant, tree-lined streets and some attractive Victorian and Edwardian buildings.

The Inner Mission typically enjoys excellent weather and is usually sunny and warm when the western neighborhoods are covered in fog. San Francisco can experience heavy fog during summer months when the marine layer is drawn in from the Pacific Ocean. However, it generally burns off before it reaches the Mission District.

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