Upper Noe Apartments is located at the corner of Church and 30th Streets in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood, and is comprised of 4 Romeo flats. The building was completed in 1908 and has a bay-windowed facade and open central stairway that typified architecture from that period. Recent building renovations include a new foundation, sewer lines, mailboxes, and even phone lines, as well as expanded electrical service. More visible are the new exterior paint job and the 4 Magnolia trees planted along the side of the building. Each of the four two-bedroom apartments has hardwood floors, high ceilings, and beautiful crown molding; they are each outfitted with a gas range and heater, as well as double-paned windows. A rear yard/garden has a nice stone patio for a BBQ or a quiet brunch, surrounded by lush plants.