Duboce Triangle

Sheltered from the fog by Buena Vista and Twin Peaks to the west, Duboce Triangle is one of the sunnier districts in San Francisco. Just blocks from trendy restaurants and shopping on Castro, Mission and Haight Streets and served by the Church Street Muni-Station, the area is a big draw for car-free urbanites.

Duboce Triangle is true to its roots as a district built in the early 1900s, the heyday of Edwardian architecture. Its Victorian flats and condos reflect the best of that era, showing off exterior moldings, bay windows, hardwood floors, coved ceilings and wainscoting. Many homes in Duboce Triangle offer views of Twin Peaks,