San Francisco, CA

Panhandle

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Buy:
$1.2M - $4.6M
For Sale on Trulia:
4 homes
Rent:
$2.2K - $10K
For Rent on Trulia:
19 homes
To Downtown San Francisco:
19 minutes
4 Schools:
Rated 7/10 - 9/10

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What Locals Say

At least 42 Trulia users voted on each feature.
98%
It's walkable to restaurants
96%
There are sidewalks
92%
It's walkable to grocery stores
91%
It's dog friendly
78%
People would walk alone at night
69%
Streets are well-lit
Learn more about our methodology.
Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 2w ago
"One of the best neighborhoods in SF! Great to be so close to Golden Gate Park and have the lively bar and restaurant scene on Divisadero St. The Independent is one of the best concert venues in the city too"
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 4mo ago
"Very conveniently located for amenities, but with a quiet neighborhood feel. Great cafes dotted throughout the neighborhood. Upper Haight, Divisadero, Cole Valley & Inner Sunset restaurants, bars and retail easily accessible. Lucky Supermarket, Trader Joe's, Target & Whole Foods all nearby."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 5mo ago
"Multiple bus stops within a few blocks. Usually takes 30-45 minutes to get downtown. N line is also within walking distance."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 5mo ago
"The people, cleanness, quietness. I love how everyone is so friendly here and love the community we have created in local coffee shops. "
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 7mo ago
"Art walks, family events, farmers market, panhandle square events, Central coffee shop, Panhandle park, Lucky supermarket. "
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Proximity to golden gate park and panhandle, lots of other dogs around! Great place for dogs to live and play!"
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"I don’t know I’m not a parent and I don’t want any kids. There are more dogs than kids in San Francisco!"
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Easy access to parks. Decent groceries. Lots of commute options. Young adult so not sure about schools. Keep children away from the Haight."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Location is central to everything in SF, especially Haight St, Whole Foods, Cole Valley & Golden Gate Park!"
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Proximity to Golden Gate Park and the historic buildings make NoPa unique. My friends are hesitant to come here, though, because of the difficult parking."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It's very close to Alamo Square Park, which has a great dog run."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It's positioned within walking distance to two great corridors—Divisadero and Haight. It's away from heavy street traffic, and there are many parks (the Panhandle, Alamo Square Park, Golden Gate Park) within a quick walk from the neighborhood. It's also close to great schools."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"I generally walk everywhere in the city and within the neighborhood. North Panhandle is very flat so is great for this. It also has great access to many bus lines that run throughout the city."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"When traffic is flowing, the commute is good, but road construction makes the commute time difficult to predict."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"NoPa has more children than it use to, and consequently it can be much noisier."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"Dog owners will like the proximity to the Panhandle."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"It's close to the park."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"I like Divisadero Street's shops and scene. The restaurants are hip and have good food. I also enjoy bike rides through the Panhandle."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 1y ago
"The 31 bus to and from downtown is convienient."
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 2y ago
"I've lived in this neighborhood on and off for 3 years and I love it. You feel secluded from urban chaos thanks to the trees and easy park access, with all the walkable amenities and highly-rated burritos you can hope for super close along the Divisadero corridor. There are plenty of public transportation options and you're walkable to great grocery options like Whole Foods, Bi-Rite, Trader Joe's, Target, and more. The best part: endless doggy-watching! I love raising my puppy right on the Panhandle in a community of fellow dog-lovers."
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Trulia User
  • 9y ago
"I lived on the 1800 block of Oak Street for 13 years. I had a blast but i left to start a family. The Haight is not a place I would want to raise a kid. I found the area to be pretty safe however I had friends who were mugged leaving my apartment and there is a faction of people in the neighborhood who are there simply to cause trouble. The proximity to the park is great. The panhandle is great (during the day). There are good places to eat and drink coffee in the Haight although you might get sick of them after a while. On Oak Street you are sufficiently away from haight st. to avoid the majority of the negatives. You do not, however, want a window that faces Oak Street. The street noise of this busy 3 lane thoroughfare is substantial and the report from my neighbors is that the unsavory element in the Panhandle at night is abundant. "
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Safety and Crime

Panhandle crime
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What Locals Say About Safety

At least 42 Trulia users voted on each feature.
96%
There are sidewalks
78%
People would walk alone at night
69%
Streets are well-lit
Learn more about our methodology.

Schools

Grattan Elementary School
  • K-5
  • PUBLIC
  • 387 Students
San Francisco Unified School District
7/10
GreatSchools Rating
Parent Rating Average
We are very happy with our experience here at Grattan. Ms. Walter has brought an amazing new focus to the school and the staff seems to like her and respect her a lot. She is very organized and honest, and the parents really respect her. The kids love school, and I don't hear any complaints when I pick them up from aftercare. The changes that have happened over the past years since the new principal has taken over have been overwhelmingly positive. The PTA pared down spending and focused more on the kids and their academic needs instead of overwhelming them with extras which really, this community does not need at all. Most people here have the finances to bring extra-curriculars to their kids without having the school do it for them. I like the direction the school is headed and I feel that we have ignored a lot of the inequities here for a long time and it is time we focus on the kids who really aren't benefiting academically. There is a lack of diversity here that makes it very difficult to find the people who really care about every child, not just their own. Some people here are really focused on their own needs and the needs of their one kid which doesn't make the school better, just more privileged and entitled. It can be frustrating to get through that. But the teachers are putting their heart and soul into their work and into their students, and the principal has a huge heart for Grattan. She was once a teacher at the school and has deep roots here. Under all the bells and whistles of big PTA funding this is really at heart a family of people who love their kids and their school. For the most part, everyone really cares about the community here. The ones that complain about everything don't get what Grattan is really about and that's a real shame.My kids love the school and are very happy here. We were transfers from another school in the district which made them miserable, so this school is a wonderful place for them. The focus is truly on them and how they should respect everyone no matter who they are or where they come from. My kids are better for it.
Parent Review
6mo ago
10 Reviews
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