About Duboce Triangle
Duboce Triangle is a neighborhood located in central San Francisco. It sits below the slopes of Buena Vista Park and is next to a few other neighborhoods such as the Mission District, Lower Haight and Castro/Eureka Valley. The area wherein Duboce Triangle is located is also called Mint Hill. The neighborhood is bounded by major thoroughfares in this part of San Francisco including Market Street, Castro Street, Divisadero Street, Waller Street, Webster Street, and Duboce Avenue.
If you look at the map of this neighborhood, the name is derived from the shape of the layout of this neighborhood. It is a quiet and quaint neighborhood with its central position being one of the primary reasons why real estate buyers find it desirable. Even though this neighborhood is innately tranquil, it is close to the bustling nightlife of San Francisco along with its hottest shopping districts. It is also well served by the public transportation systems such as the Muni Metro, buses and more. Another reason why it is a desirable community in terms of the real estate industry is the fact that it sees less fog than some parts of San Francisco.
Duboce Triangle is also a thriving community on its own. It has its own medical center and a few basic amenities such as a supermarket and a dog park. The homes of Duboce Triangle are unpretentiously stylish with beautiful Victorian styles, which is quintessential San Franciscan.