Dolores Heights is a family hotspot that hosts a surplus of parks and flaunts a walking score of 97. Quintessentially mismatched SF architecture exhibits a gallery of sizes, designs, and colors in this tranquil yet centrally located neighborhood.
Palm tree-lined Dolores Street cuts through the heart of this residential haven. To the north, it borders the 14-acre expanse of Dolores Park where tennis courts, a playground, and extensive sunbathing and picnic territory attracts warmth-hungry San Franciscans all year long.
Dining and entertainment opportunities abound only a few blocks away with the bustling Castro, Mission District, and Noe Valley lying to the west, east, and south, respectively. Small businesses, restaurants, cafes, and bars flank Valencia and 24th streets nearby. And with ample transit options and Market Street slanting to the north, downtown SF bustles just down the road.