The Castro today continues to be a tourist destination with visitors from all over the world. Being that September is one of our sunniest months of the year visitors and residents of the neighborhood like to enjoy the plethora of dining spots especially this time of year. With the Film Festival upon us, the upcoming Castro Street fair the first weekend of October, and then Halloween the neighborhood allows many opportunities to keep oneself busy.
The real estate market has been quite busy this season in the neighborhood. The average sales price for a single-family home in the neighborhood this quarter is $2,643,8761 and for a condominium the average sales price this quarter is $1,608,503 *.
The beautiful architecture of homes, amenities, views and outlooks make this a wonderful neighborhood for singles, couples and families to plant their roots. The proximity to great schools, sunny Dolores Park and playground, access to highways 280 and 101 and Downtown are highly coveted attributes. Plans are in the works for a newly redesigned Harvey Milk Plaza. With a great Walk Score and some of the best weather in San Francisco it is no wonder why people flock to buy real estate, rent or visit the neighborhood.
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