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post #1651 of 2715
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In SanFo? Good luck with that.

 

lefty

post #1652 of 2715
Sounds like you would like a quieter street on the border between the Mission and Noe Valley/Castro.
post #1653 of 2715
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In SanFo? Good luck with that.

lefty

You can fight it all you want, but SanFo will be waiting when you come to your senses. smile.gif
post #1654 of 2715
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Originally Posted by david3558 View Post

Thanks - let me throw some thoughts together. As funny as this may sound, I don't really know how to describe neighborhoods, in fact - I'm awful at it. I'll have to think about this. I think I want to live somewhere that can be a little quieter, has appreciation for the arts and youthful culture but not bursting with hipster assholes.

knob hill....
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lol8[1].gif... wait the more I think about what you want.. knob hill maybe what you're looking for if you can afford it.
post #1655 of 2715
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I don't know what "youthful culture" is but it sounds horrible.

 

I would move out to the fringes. Maybe here: https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=farallon+islands&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x8085e2b7910a1ba3:0xdc331bc6012c791a,Farallon+Islands&gl=us&ei=p9dIUfGjIdPF4AOX64CYBg&ved=0CIcBELYD

 

lefty

post #1656 of 2715
LawrenceMD, I choose to believe your Knob Hill typo was intentional.
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LawrenceMD, I choose to believe your Knob Hill typo was intentional.

tounge.gif I lived on the corner of powell and bush for about two years way back in the early 2000's. I loved the area, I worked at hotel triton and other kimpton hotels which were in walking distance.
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I remember arriving there on my first day then having dinner with my brother and then asked: Seriously where is the area with the most gays and gay activity?...

we lived a stones throw away from the nob hill theater

I burned the clutch out of my manual transmission-ed nissan pathfinder living there. I also learned how to parallel park on a steep incline/decline with my eyes closed there too.
post #1658 of 2715
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tounge.gif I lived on the corner of powell and bush for about two years way back in the early 2000's. I loved the area, I worked at hotel triton and other kimpton hotels which were in walking distance.
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I remember arriving there on my first day then having dinner with my brother and then asked: Seriously where is the area with the most gays and gay activity?...

we lived a stones throw away from the nob hill theater

I burned the clutch out of my manual transmission-ed nissan pathfinder living there. I also learned how to parallel park on a steep incline/decline with my eyes closed there too.

You didn't live on Nob Hill. You lived on the Tenderknob.
post #1659 of 2715
Man does not live on Tenderknob alone!
post #1660 of 2715
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Man does not live on Tenderknob alone!

if someone were to outright try to fool me by offering a "tenderknob" cut of steak, I'd naively say yes - because it sounds delicious.
post #1661 of 2715
Thread Starter 

Are housing prices greater on the tip of the Tenderknob?

 

lefty

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Are housing prices greater on the tip of the Tenderknob?


lefty

no, but they are more sensitive to the market
post #1663 of 2715
Well played, Rambo. Well played.
post #1664 of 2715
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Got an interview in SF. Might be moving back. Wife wants the Marina, I want North Beach. Work is in Financial District.

Everyone says the Marina is for college preppies, and I can verify that North Beach has way too many tourists, at least for my taste. Unless this is a short-term thing, I'd recommend Pacific Heights if you have the bucks, otherwise Cole Valley or Noe Valley.

post #1665 of 2715
Pac Heights, Cole Valley, and Noe Valley are all kinda sleepy. I got the impression he was looking for a neighborhood a bit more lively.
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