At The Intersection of
Noe Valley, Glen Park & Bernal Heights
Charming Upper Noe Victorian
78 Harper Street
•Overlooking Noe with Downtown, East Bay & Bernal Heights views
•Charming Victorian Details
•Eat-in kitchen with breakfast nook opening to vibrant garden
•Approx. Sq. Ft. = 1,350
•Approx. Lot Sq. Ft. = 1,968
•Year Built: 1908
COUNTRY-STYLE ELEGANCE IN UPPER NOE
Conveniently located at the intersection of the highly sought-after Noe Valley, Glen Park, and Bernal Heights districts overlooking Noe with Downtown and East Bay views. This two-bedroom, two full and one-half bathroom home have original Victorian details and a touch of modernity.
The main living level, with refinished wood floors, offers a spacious living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, and breakfast room - both with French doors leading to serene outdoor living. The perfect place to relax and enjoy the surrounding nature. There is an elegantly remodeled eat-in kitchen featuring a Wolf range and under-counter dual refrigerator/freezer drawers.
The upper level boasts a large bedroom with eye-catching views of Downtown and Bernal Heights from the bright front large bedroom as well as a second bedroom, remodeled full bathroom with radiant heat floors and a laundry and storage room.
The third level down offers endless possibilities with full bathroom and its own separate entrance.
URBAN COUNTRY CHARM
About the Neighborhoods
Glen Park | Noe Valley | Bernal Heights
Glen Park is a compact neighborhood that is becoming increasingly popular as more tech workers flock to San Francisco. Tucked below the steep, wild slopes of Glen Canyon, the neighborhood feels almost like an urban village.
Glen Park has its own library; mom-and-pop retailers along Diamond, Bosworth, and Chenery streets; and coffee shops, bakeries, and fine food merchants. Ethnic cuisine runs the gamut, from Le P’tit Laurent and Osha Thai Café to La Corneta Taqueria. Newcomers to the neighborhood should visit the independent bookstore Bird & Beckett Books and Records, which specializes in the history and culture of San Francisco.
Glen Canyon Park offers urban recreation, rock outcrops for bouldering, a community recreation center, ball fields and tennis courts, and playgrounds for kids.
For those working in downtown San Francisco, the BART Station at the intersection of Bosworth and Diamond streets is within walking distance, as is the J-Church light-rail train. The neighborhood's location Interstate 280 makes it convenient for Silicon Valley commuters and allows easy access to Highway 1 and the Pacific Ocean beaches to the south.
Popular with families for its suburban, laid-back vibe, central Noe Valley is conveniently located near freeways and public transportation.
Boutiques are plentiful in Noe Valley. With confectioneries like Noe Valley Bakery and restaurants such as Griddle Fresh and Firefly, the neighborhood is a paradise for foodies. Thanks to the Noe Valley Farmers Market, locals never have to leave the neighborhood to get their fix of fresh organic vegetables, fruit, and honey.
Noe Valley is a short drive from both Interstate 280 and Highway 101, convenient for residents who commute to Silicon Valley. The J-Church light-rail train is the neighborhood’s most favored public-transportation option, though several Muni bus lines also serve Noe Valley.
The neighborhood has its share of nightlife, from the dive bar Valley Tavern to the awesome selection of imported beers at The Dubliner. For live music, check out Noe Valley Ministry, a venue for world-class performers in folk, world music, and the alt-rock scene.
Family-friendly Bernal Heights sits on the site of a former cow pasture and dairy, and its smaller Victorians offer great northern views of the city and sunny weather.
Located just south of the Mission District, the neighborhood includes undeveloped open space Bernal Heights Park, a beloved place for dog walkers. At the foot of Bernal Heights, Precita Park offers a playground and large expanse of mown grass for families with young children to romp around.
The retail center of Bernal Heights can be found along Cortland Street. Small, funky, one-of-a-kind boutiques, bookstores, and gift shops are interspersed with ethnic restaurants that range from French to Nepalese to Salvadoran. Local bars include neighborhood favorite El Rio, which hosts live music, Wild Side West and its fireplace, and the down-home The Lucky Horseshoe.
Local transit is provided by numerous Muni bus lines. A BART station at 24th and Mission streets is also within walking distance form some portions of the neighborhood.