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NOPA Properties
North of Panhandle neighborhood real estate
All the information you need to buy or sell in NOPA

WELCOME

Hello,
I am Pota Perimenis, NOPA’s #1 listing Realtor in 2016 and neighborhood resident. I created this site as a resource for the North Panhandle neighborhood of San Francisco. Here you can:

Search for all NoPa properties
Find information on neighborhood amenities and the local association
Learn more about my how I can help you find property to buy or sell for the highest price.

If you are thinking of buying or selling in NoPA, let’s talk. Your NOPA home needs a NOPA Realtor. No one knows the market and the neighborhood better than I do. I love living and working in NOPA as an owner and Realtor for 25 years. I believe in the value of our neighborhood.It matters who represents you. For me, getting NOPA sellers top dollar is personal. So is helping buyers who want to buy in NoPA.

I consistently set sales records for the highest prices of my listings. When other Realtors told my Sellers that $2 million is the highest price that a condo will sell for in NOPA, I went ahead and sold their condo for $2,350,000 anyway. This is still the record for the highest sales price of a condo in NOPA.

As a resident, neighbor, and Realtor expert in NOPA, I am here to answer any real estate questions.

Call me if you want to discuss:

• Your home’s current value
• Winning marketing strategies
• Services I offer
• How my 25 years experience will serve you
• The best time to list your property
• Referrals for inspectors, contractors, painters, stagers, and more!
• To stage or not to stage?
• Finding a replacement property
• Property improvements to get top dollar.
1031 exchanges, and Realtor referrals for other cities. Please consider me as your NOPA real estate resource. I am knowledgeable, easy to talk to, and backed by Paragon’s team of experts and support, 24/7. Give me a call and we can chat. 415-407-2595. There is no cost or obligation. Thank you!

Pota Perimenis
Local NOPA expert. Live. Love. NOPA.

“Pota has great insight, is a specialist in the NOPA area, and has great customer service skills. Her research and strategy skills resulted in a maximum return for our property.” –B. Yokoyama, Seller of 610-612 Masonic


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Featured Listings

  • 610 612 Masonic Ave
    610-612 Masonic Ave,
    San Francisco, California
    Property Type: 2-4 Unit
    Offered at: $1,595,000

  • 1960 Hayes Street,
    San Francisco, California
    Property Type: Condo/coop
    Offered at: $1,499,000

  • 115 and 117 Ashbury Street,
    San Francisco, California
    Property Type: Condo/coop
    Offered at: $1,195,000
  • Sold for $907,000
    148 Cole Street,
    San Francisco, California
    Property Type: Condo/coop
    Offered at: $899,000

The North of Panhandle area, or NOPA, is more than an acronym. It’s a thriving neighborhood. In fact it is one of the city’s most in-demand places to live. Situated just north of Golden Gate Park’s Panhandle, and abutted by the Divisadero corridor, there is always something to do, and often within walking distance. Here you are central to everything, with easy freeway access, several MUNI lines, and plenty of bicycle routes.

The Panhandle and Golden Gate Park are virtually outside the front door, providing a green urban oasis perfect for dog walking, exercising, enjoying the world-class museums, or just getting out in nature. The Panhandle also offers a children’s playground, newly renovated basketball hoops, and open areas for material arts practice and exercise.

NOPA is nestled between Cole Valley, Haight-Ashbury, and Laurel Village, USF and UCSF. West NOPA, bordered by Masonic, Fulton, Fell and Stanyan, enjoys the benefits of a central location, while retaining the feel of a quiet enclave. NOPA homes are a mixture of condominiums, multi-unit buildings, and single family homes.

Young professionals, students, families and long-time residents fill up NOPA’s many Victorian, Edwardian, and contemporary dwellings. There are plenty of opportunities to meet your neighbors, be it at Sunday’s Divisadero Farmer’s Market or the bi-monthly Divisadero Art Walk. During Halloween some streets are blocked off for the local trick-or-treaters. The are a couple of neighborhood associations to become involved in: NOPNA – North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association organizes events and keeps everyone informed about neighborhood news. There is a neighborhood association for West NOPA too: ProSF. The neighborhood even has it’s own parents’ group.

Services and entertainment are easily accessed, making it easy to leave the car in garage. In addition to Divisadero’s many trendy cafes, clubs and shops, you can do grocery shopping at Lucky Center on Fulton, hit up Broderick Place for specialty deli goods, or get a wonderful selection of organic foods at Gus’ Market and Whole Foods.

USF’s Koret Center gym includes an Olympic size pool and offers residents special rates. Yoga studios, personal training gyms, hair/nail salons, and restaurants are all a short stroll away.

In NOPA it’s possible to get a full education from preschool to grad school and not have to leave a 10 block radius! Pacific Primary is an excellent pre-school. New Traditions is the neighborhood elementary school. If you are around at 9:30AM each morning dozens of students can be seen walking or biking to school with their parents. SF Day school is one of the best K-8 private schools in the city, also within walking distance. City College, John Adams campus, is right on Masonic (the old location for Lowell High School). Urban High School is a private school a few blocks way. The public high school, Wallenberg, is right on Masonic. USF, a private Jesuit University is at the top of the hill on Fulton.

There are many restaurants. Here are a few: Little Star Pizza for awesome deep dish pizza in a fun atmosphere, Bistro Central Parc (delicious French cuisine), La Urbana (Mexican), Gambrinus (Euro comfort food), Barrel Head Brew House, NOPA, Bar Crudo, Maven, Green Chile Kitchen, Tsunami Sushi, Brenda’s, Jannah Mediterranean, and more. Don’t forget the Green Chile Kitchen pie shop for dessert.

Personal: I have lived and worked as a Realtor in NOPA for 25 years. When I think of NOPA I think of the people I see outside: parents with babies in their strollers, older kids on bikes, teens on skateboards, college students going to classes, seniors like my mom with canes or walkers, and all the other ages in-between enjoying our neighborhood. I have raised my family here – my son learned to ride his bike at the Panhandle and was a regular at the playground.

We go on family bike rides through the park to the Ocean. I love that my next door neighbors are also friends. We have shared New Year’s day brunches, egg dying in the back yard for Easter, chalk art and jump rope on the sidewalk, home-made baked goods, and walks together. And for the neighbors whom I know less well, from passing them on the street as I walked the neighborhood, I always get a smile and a wave. NOPA is a picturesque, friendly neighborhood – and great place to call home!

NoPa Properties and San Francisco’s North Panhandle…

NOPA Neighborhood Association

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NOPA Photos

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Wisteria in the spring
For a couple of weeks, it looks like there is a crop of lavender grapes.
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NoPa Playground in the Panhandle
A great place to meet other families in the NoPa neighborhood
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NoPa beautification
Marigolds for Day of the Dead
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Several new tree plantings every week.
Thank you, Friends of the Urban Forest!
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St. Ignatius church is a gorgeous part of the neighborhood
I love it at night and early morning when it seems to glow from the reflection of the sun on the stone.
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A University in the neighborhood
Many students live in the neighborhood and attend USF
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San Francisco Day School is in the neighborhood
One of the best private K-8 Schools in the city
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NoPa Starbux-walk to coffee
Coffee shops abound in NoPa
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NoPa art in unexpected places
Where is this beautiful mural?
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Building our dreams in NoPa
Part of a mural on the wall of John Adams Campus of City College
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Awesome Victorian door
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Italianate NoPa Victorian
Note the false front making it seem taller than it actually is
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NoPa Weathervanes
I love looking up and I love weathervanes--a remnant of the past
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North Panhandle Victorian
Incredible color and detail!
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Panhandle Home
Panhandle Home has home furnishings. Great pillows with the names of the various neighborhoods.
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San Francisco Neighorhoods
A pillow for every location!
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Local corner grocery store
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Unusual: the garden is in the front and the house in the rear
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Where is this home?
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A window display
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NoPa Street Art!
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Neighbors getting sun on the steps
Walking the neighborhood is a great way to meet people and build community.
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Doing home improvements on a Saturday morning
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Huge Eucalyptus
This tree can be seen from many parts of NoPa. Watching it blow in the wind is amazing.
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Jimmy...
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Martial Arts in the Panhandle
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This peace sign looks cool at night, all lit up.
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NoPa Victorians with cherry trees in bloom
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Furnishings from our local store
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Mercy Terrace--housing for seniors
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Meditation Center
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Central Parc North
Great French food!
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Garage sale
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Enjoying the sunshine
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Garage sale 2
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A view of the Panhandle from Hayes Street
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I think it was the Jefferson Starship who lived in the red house
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The Starship's former mode of transportation?
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Neighborhood history
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Witch and moon weathervane
Do you know where this is?
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These homes were built a bit later..1917-1926
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