Bounded by Market Street, the Central Freeway, Valencia Street, Twentieth Street, and Church/Sanchez street (transitioning at Eighteenth Street), Mission Dolores is the oldest neighborhood in San Francisco and therefore its birthplace. It is named after the Spanish Mission Dolores settlement of 1776 and is a sub-area of the much larger Mission District.
The location of the Mission Dolores was chosen because of its proximity to the Yelamu grouping of the Ramaytush band of Ohlone-speaking peoples living in the villages of Chutchui and Sitlintac on Mission Creek in approximately 500 A.D. On March 17, 2010, the San Francisco Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) unanimously adopted the final Mission Dolores Neighborhood Historic Context Statement and Survey. The document outlines the historic importance of the neighborhood.
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
- 732 SqFt
Fantastic opportunity to live in the heart of Mission Dolores. Charming pet friendly, 1 bedroom Edwardian condo in a 4-unit building which is loaded with charm. The shared backyard is the perfect spot to unwind after a busy day. It's a quick wa...
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
- 662 SqFt
Perfect one bedroom condo in the heart of Mission Dolores. Open floor plan a wood-burning fireplace private patio with view of the trees on Church Street corridor. Beautifully landscaped ground and fabulous resort-like spa area. EQ insurance in...
- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 5,493 SqFt
This townhouse is like nothing you have seen before. Across from the renovated Dolores Park this home has been crafted from a restored church. Private entry salon features marble flrs & barrel ceiling. The great room with 30 ft ceilings, polished ...