Hayes Valley is bordered on the North by Fulton Street, the south by Market Street, Frankly Street on the east and Fillmore/Webster on the west. Hayes Valley takes its name from Thomas Hayes who owned the tract of land in the late 1800s. The neighborhood has been through its ups and downs, after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake a section of freeway that ran through the neighborhood was demolished and the neighborhood is now a thriving district.
Residents of Hayes Valley safeguard the bohemian atmosphere and community ethic. Residents are a mix of old time residents, young professionals and families with young kids. The neighborhood is full of Victorian homes, tree lined streets and quiet areas off the main commercial strip.
Hayes Valley is central to almost everything in San Francisco. The “Valley” is close to Golden Gate Park and its many attractions and Civic Center which hosts a Farmer’s Market. Muni (Van Ness) and BART (Civic Center) are walking distance.
If a friendly neighborhood with a bohemian feel, close to many attractions and easy commuting is your interest, give us a call and let us help you settle in to the right home!