Looking for a Home in Noe Valley? 1604 Castro Street is Your Victoria Jewel!

Storybook Victorian Jewel in the Heart of Noe Valley, lovingly maintained and updated by its current steward.

1604 Castro Street Facade

Home to an artist and photographer, the property is a picture-perfect period piece, with appropriate modern additions. This beautiful residence features sumptuous period detail throughout, including a wedding cake-like ornate facade and extra high ceilings.

Detail of 1604 Castro st. front exterior

The floorplan is ideal for everyday living and entertaining: a charming formal living with a fireplace, and dining room harkens back to an earlier era before technology overtook our family time and social lives. Dining and Living room of 1604 Castro

A family room in the back—opening out onto the sunny rear deck and garden— creates a delightful sense of alfresco living.

Family Room of 1604 Castro Street

At the heart of this enchanting home is the updated, light-filled, eat-in kitchen boasting a vaulted ceiling with stunning skylight, custom wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and new countertops. High-end indoor/outdoor living is easy, just a few steps from the kitchen.

Kitchen of 1604 Castro Street

Enjoy the rear deck for sunning, BBQ, and outdoor entertaining, plus wonderful border garden elements including mature palms, a Japanese Maple, roses, and succulents.

Back garden of 1604 Castro St

Some of the many recent updates include a newer roof, newer exterior and interior paint, a radiant heating system, and a front stair assembly. Bonus, a vast extra space on the lower level creates options for a workout or yoga room, man cave, office, wine cave, workshop, outdoor gear organization, or a flex space for a passion project or ample storage. 

Flex space at 1604 Castro Street

The Neighborhood:

Noe Valley is a charming — in parts hilly—a neighborhood known for its views, abundant sunny weather, classic, well-maintained Victorian and Edwardian architecture, and a vibrant community atmosphere.

Noe Valley in San Francisco

Situated between the Castro and Glen Park neighborhoods, MUNI and BART are walkable, and proximity to SFO is a huge boon.  Verdant residential streets lined with colorful homes, trendy boutiques, cafes, meeting spots, and restaurants make this area quaint, accessible and desirable. A weekly farmers' market is held in the delightful town square, and a bustling 24th Street commercial corridor entices amblers, shoppers, locals, and visitors alike.

Noe Valley Famers Market

Multiple cafes, bagel shops, and a ceramic art studio are big draws, as well as popular yoga and fitness studios. Billingsgate, a specialty seafood market and cafe, Barney’s Burgers, and bountiful brunch venues beckon. Opened amidst the pandemic, Billingsgate is a new-ish popular business.

Billingsgate in Noe Valley

The venerated fishmonger also offers light repasts, and wine and has become a favorite meeting spot. Just For Fun is a stalwart selling art supplies, crafts, toys, and fun gifts and is known for elaborate holiday decorations. There are murmurings that the lovely local Folio Bookstore will reopen under new management soon.

Noe Valley—popular among families, young professionals, and seasoned San Franciscans seeking a relaxed yet vibrant urban lifestyle within San Francisco.

Noe Valley In San Francisco