Central

July 30, 2014

5h – Clarendon Heights

In the central part of San Francisco, north of Twin Peaks and east of Mount Sutro, lies Clarendon Heights. Boasting incredible views of both the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Clarendon Heights is also home to a wide spectrum of architecture. Tudors and villas blend comfortably with sleek modern homes ...

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July 30, 2014

5g – Corona Heights

Just south of Buena Vista Park and west of the Duboce Triangle is the small affluent neighborhood of Corona Heights. Many streets are narrow, steep, quiet and quaint while 17th Street and Market Street come alive with traffic and commerce. The architecture runs the gamut from fine Victorians to modern ...

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July 30, 2014

5f – Buena Vista Park / Ashbury Heights

The Buena Vista Park neighborhood is, of course, named for Buena Vista Park and is located in the area immediately surrounding the park. The homes here are primarily single-family Edwardian and Victorian houses with a smattering of more contemporary abodes to round out the mix. Some vintage multi-units on Alpine ...

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July 30, 2014

5e – Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights

Most San Franciscans think of Parnassus and Ashbury Heights as the area surrounding the distinctively charming commercial district that runs along Cole Street. With its sidewalk cafes, bakeries and fromageries, Cole Valley brings a bit of je ne sais quoi to the heart of San Francisco. Residents can stroll down ...

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July 30, 2014

5d – Twin Peaks

The Twin Peaks neighborhood is so-named for, well…Twin Peaks. With an elevation of approximately 922 feet, they are the second highest points in San Francisco. They form a natural barrier for the summer fog causing the western slopes to be more foggy, while the eastern side usually is sunnier. Sutro ...

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July 30, 2014

5g – Corona Heights

Just south of Buena Vista Park and west of the Duboce Triangle is the small affluent neighborhood of Corona Heights. Many streets are narrow, steep, quiet and quaint while 17th Street and Market Street come alive with traffic and commerce. The architecture runs the gamut from fine Victorians to modern ...

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July 30, 2014

5f – Buena Vista Park / Ashbury Heights

The Buena Vista Park neighborhood is, of course, named for Buena Vista Park and is located in the area immediately surrounding the park. The homes here are primarily single-family Edwardian and Victorian houses with a smattering of more contemporary abodes to round out the mix. Some vintage multi-units on Alpine ...

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Posted in Central, Neighboorhoods
July 30, 2014

5e – Cole Valley / Parnassus Heights

Most San Franciscans think of Parnassus and Ashbury Heights as the area surrounding the distinctively charming commercial district that runs along Cole Street. With its sidewalk cafes, bakeries and fromageries, Cole Valley brings a bit of je ne sais quoi to the heart of San Francisco. Residents can stroll down ...

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Posted in Central, Neighboorhoods
July 30, 2014

5d – Twin Peaks

The Twin Peaks neighborhood is so-named for, well…Twin Peaks. With an elevation of approximately 922 feet, they are the second highest points in San Francisco. They form a natural barrier for the summer fog causing the western slopes to be more foggy, while the eastern side usually is sunnier. Sutro ...

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July 30, 2014

5c – Noe Valley

Over the years, Noe Valley has become one of San Francisco’s most coveted residential areas. Many of the Victorian and Edwardian homes in the area have been updated for modern living, and the area is very convenient for out-of-town and downtown commuters alike, with easy access to highways and the ...

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