The Castro (Eureka Valley)

Castro Neighborhood Homes for sale:

Castro neighborhood homes for sale in the SFAR MLS are listed below. If no homes are listed then no homes are currently available for sale in the Castro neighborhood through the MLS. Please use the learn more form at the bottom of the page if you’d like to be notified of homes that become available either on the MLS or through off-MLS opportunities that we may be aware of:

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79 Seward Street San Francisco, CA 94114

$2,195,000 - 4Br/2Ba -  for Sale in San Francisco
New
Price $2,195,000
Beds 4
Baths 2
Living Area SqFt 2,650
Status Active
MLS # 436842
Property Type Single-family Homes

633 Castro Street San Francisco, CA 94114

Price $1,200,000
Beds 2
Baths 2
Living Area SqFt 0
Status Active
MLS # 436219
Property Type Tenancy In Common

14 Dehon Street San Francisco, CA 94114

Price $899,000
Beds 1
Baths 1
Living Area SqFt 0
Status Active
MLS # 433371
Property Type Condominium
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About the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco

The Castro neighborhood is a world-renowned neighborhood that played an integral part in the modern gay rights movement. You can live there too! If you’ve got 59 seconds to spare, we’ve created a brief overview of the area from a real estate perspective:

While the San Francisco multiple listing service calls homes for sale in the area as being in the Eureka Valley neighborhood, the world knows and loves it (or fears it) as The Castro, the heart of gay life in San Francisco. The Castro offers a diverse mix of homes for sale, with a blend of home styles and property types from large single family victorians to modern condos and tenancies-in-common. The great weather and open-minded neighbors make The Castro district a SF destination neighborhood, regardless of your sexuality. There is also a small percentage of unit buildings and small apartment buildings, most of which are clustered along the commercial corridors.

Bounded roughly by Market street to the north and west sides, 22nd street to the south, and Valencia and Church streets to the east. Both Castro and Market streets are home to numerous shops, restaurants, and bars.

In addition to several bus lines, the area is served by two muni subway stations, as well as the F-line with it’s collection of historic streetcars. The ‘hood has a rich history, and was a predominantly working class Irish neighborhood before being gentrified by gay men in the 1970s. It was the epicenter of the gay rights revolution that began in the 1970’s, led by pioneers such as Harvey Milk (a neighborhood school carries his name today).

Want to know more about homes for sale and real estate in The Castro? Get in touch today, and we’re happy to talk with you about homes in The Castro District at your convenience, including new construction and condominiums.