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This large neighborhood known as Visitacion Valley holds plenty of pleasant surprises. It has direct access to the 101 Freeway (located on its eastern border), close proximity to a number of attractions and green spaces, and colorful streets.

Since it’s a bit removed from downtown San Francisco, Visitacion Valley (also known as Viz Valley) retains a semblance of a “locals only” feel. Residents are often engaged in community improvement projects that have since turned Visitacion Valley into an up-and-coming neighborhood that is always worth the visit. Corner stores, local businesses, various community gardens, and ethnic restaurants add life to the primarily residential locale.

Public transit used to be a bit of a stressor, but several transit options have recently opened for residents. This makes the beauty that surrounds Visitacion Valley easy to unlock and enjoy. Portola, Portola Place, Hunters Point, and Bayview are located nearby.

Visitacion Valley San Francisco real estate

A colorful neighborhood in San Francisco’s southeast quadrant, Visitacion Valley is oozing with real estate investment potential.

In the past, Visitacion Valley used to be quarters of a large population of San Francisco’s immigrants from all across the globe who used to work in nearby factories. Today, Visitacion Valley real estate offers a wealth of opportunities for different types of home buyers. The market consists of single-family homes, apartments, townhouses, and condos. Remodeled properties are common, outfitted with modern upgrades such as energy-efficient features and new appliances. Visitacion Valley is a great choice for first-time home buyers and experienced real estate investors.

Receive the highest dollar amount for your Visitacion Valley listing, or receive the best guidance on how to get your offer accepted by hiring a seasoned real estate professional. Call me, Jeff Salgado, at 415.939.1039, or send me an email at jeff(at)jeffsalgado(dotted)com.

What’s in and around Visitacion Valley?

Visitacion Valley has parks, community gardens, and other attractions that make the neighborhood worth visiting.

  • McLaren Park – One of the largest parks in San Francisco, a part of McLaren Park is located within Visitacion Valley’s boundaries. This includes the Gleneagles Golf Course and the Crocker Amazon playground. McLaren Park is home to a number of playgrounds, picnic areas, sports facilities, and acres of open spaces.

  • Gleneagles Golf Course at McLaren Park – Opened in 1962, the Gleneagles Golf Course at McLaren Park is renowned as one of the best golf courses in Northern California. In 2010, it was named as one of the best nine-hole golf courses in the country by Golf World Magazine. Gleneagles is also known for its low tee time rates, which are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Leland Street – the main business street in Visitacion Valley offers a wide variety of services: dry cleaning, cafes, ethnic bakeries, banks, dog grooming, and a post office.

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